Psychotherapeutic Counselling

The type of counselling I offer is in line with the practice of psychotherapy.  I have developed an extensive framework that incorporates an interpersonal neurobiological perspective of the ever emerging embodied and relational mind-body.

Psychotherapeutic counselling is a form of therapy that combines elements of psychotherapy and counselling to help individuals address physiological, psychological, and relational issues. It involves a collaborative relationship between a trained therapist and a client, aiming to explore and understand the client’s thoughts, feelings, and experiences in a supportive and non-judgmental environment.

In psychotherapeutic counselling, therapists utilise various therapeutic techniques and approaches tailored to the needs of the client. These may include cognitive-behavioural based therapies, psychodynamic therapy, humanistic therapy, mindfulness-based approaches, or integrative approaches that combine multiple modalities.

The goals of psychotherapeutic counselling typically include enhancing self-awareness, improving coping skills, resolving conflicts, overcoming past traumas, and fostering personal growth and development.