Counselling In Cirencester
At the Cirencester Hypnotherapy & Health Centre we offer various types of counselling:
Integrative Counselling (Jane Fizor)
Integrative Counselling brings together different elements of specific therapies as integrative therapists take the view that there is no single approach that can treat each client in all situations. Integrative therapy is how the therapist combines elements of different theories to tailor the therapy to the client. This approach can help you by: - Deepening your understanding of problematic feelings and behaviours and where they may originate - Making links between thoughts, feelings and behaviours - Increasing your self awareness - Encouraging you to think more clearly about a situation or from a different perspective.
Psychodynamic Counselling (Christine Allan) - currently working online
This model is based on an understanding of the unconscious processes which underlie psychological difficulties. One of the main ideas in psychodynamic therapies is that we tend to bury painful experiences (“out of sight out of mind”). Using this style of therapy the therapist helps the client resolve their own conflicts.
Dynamic Interpersonal Therapy (DIT) (Christine Allan) - online
DIT is a brief 16 week psychodynamic therapy targeted particularly at relieving symptoms of depression and anxiety. This therapy aims to help people have a better understanding of the links between their depression and what is happening in their relationships.
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) (Christine Allan) - online
CBT helps clients by identifying unhelpful thinking patterns. It is possible to help with common psychological disorders. When thinking processes are adapted to be more helpful, behavioural change is often achieved, and the individual finds themselves with healthier emotional functioning i.e. they feel happier!
Emotional Therapeutic Counselling (Carol Welch) - currently working online.
Carol works with adults and children who are suffering emotional turmoil in their lives including anxiety, depression, difficult relationships (including couples), anger, abuse, loss, illness, eating disorders, self harm, persistent unhappiness etc. She uses a range of gentle techniques to assist clients recognize and release painful feelings by working with the emotions rather than the mind.
Couples therapy (Jacqui Kyne) - currently working online.
Couples therapy offers couples the opportunity to work together to improve their relationship and address the things that are causing tensions and resentments. It gives each of you the opportunity to make sense of what’s going on for yourself and for your partner and explore different ways of relating to each other.