Choosing Between EMDR and CBT Therapy: Finding the Right Fit
In the realm of psychotherapy for trauma, two prominent approaches often stand out: Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) and CBT therapy. Both have proven to be effective in addressing a variety of mental health challenges, but choosing the right one for you can make all the difference on your path to healing. In this […]
Polyvagal Theory: Enhancing Therapy Through Understanding
In the world of therapy, practitioners are constantly seeking ways to improve their understanding of the human mind and body to better serve their clients. One theory that has gained significant traction in recent years is the Polyvagal Theory, developed by Dr. Stephen Porges. This theory offers valuable insights into how our autonomic nervous system […]
Understanding Schema Therapy: Unravelling Deep-rooted Patterns for Lasting Healing
In the landscape of psychotherapeutic approaches, Schema Therapy stands out as a dynamic and transformative method designed to tackle deep-seated emotional patterns that often elude traditional therapeutic methods. In this blog, we'll delve into what Schema Therapy is, how it works, and the myriad ways it can offer healing and personal growth. What is Schema […]
The Power of Assessment, Case Formulation, and Treatment Planning in Therapy
As a therapist, I believe that every individual's process of healing and growth is unique and deserves personalised care and attention. To achieve this, I use three crucial components in your therapy: Assessment, Case Formulation, and Treatment Planning. These elements form the foundation of our collaborative work and play a pivotal role in empowering you […]
Healing from Within: Nurturing Compassion to Overcome Shame
As a therapist, I have walked alongside many individuals during their therapy. One common thread that often emerges is the struggle with shame, a powerful emotion that can keep us trapped in self-judgment and self-criticism. Today, I want to explore the transformative power of self compassion and how it can help you break free from […]
Healing the Hidden Wounds: Understanding Adverse Childhood Experiences
Have you ever wondered why some people seem to carry invisible burdens, causing them pain long after the traumas of childhood have passed? As a therapist specialising in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), I want to shed light on a crucial topic that affects countless individuals: Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs). Let's delve into what ACEs are, […]

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