1- Individual Counselling ?(Myself)
2- Couple counseling ?Myself and Partner )
3- Teenage Counseling (for my child )
My post graduation was a help to me to understand the chemicals given to patients by their Psychiatrist .Which helps me to offer better treatment of:
Cognitive analytical therapy (CBT)
This is an example of an Integrative approach. It is a short term, structured and directive therapy which explores the client’s language and thinking,
Behavioural therapy-is based on the theory that you can ‘unlearn’ learnt behaviour or change that behaviour, without focusing on the reason behind the original behaviour.
Family therapy- explores family relationships
This means that rather than specializing in one traditional approach, they seek to combine aspects of different approaches to provide the most effective way of working.
This approach is based on the idea that there are certain therapeutic conditions which are the key to successful personal growth.
Relationship counselling aims to help people recognise and manage differences . The therapist will explore your feelings and how you communicate.
Solution-focused brief therapy
This kind of therapy focuses on a particular issue and promotes positive change, rather than dwelling on the issue or past problems. You are encouraged to focus positively on what you do well, your strengths and resources and to set goals to achieve the changes you want to make
Psychodynamic counselling developed from psychoanalysis. It focuses on the unconscious mind and past experiences, and explores their influence on current behaviour. You will be encouraged to talk about childhood relationships with parents and other significant people