Types of Therapy


EFT is a practical self-help healing tool which can help you treat issues related to emotional distress, physical pain and performance. EFT works by tapping on acupressure meridians to release blockages. When these blockages are released, the problem feeling can be released and move through the body. EFT is a very effective way of clearing out feelings, and when an unwanted feeling is gone, the limiting beliefs that the client held are released. New, more positive beliefs about themselves can emerge. Learning EFT also empowers you to take charge of handling your emotional state because you can tap on a feeling any time you want to move out a painful feeling.


EMDR stands for Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing Therapy. It is an entire therapy model that has been proven to be highly effective for those who have experienced trauma. During trauma our brain processes and stores memories incorrectly. This incorrect storage can lead to past memories feeling very present. Related or unrelated stimuli in the present can lead to clients reacting as they did at the time of trauma. The brain feels if the past disturbing event is happening currently. 

EMDR therapy corrects this mis-storage so that the painful memories associated with the trauma lose their charge. The client can react to stimuli in the present without the past interfering.

Gestalt Therapy

Gestalt is not just a kind of person-centered psychotherapy but a way to be in the world. Gestalt therapy focuses on here and now, and it places emphasis on enhancing awareness, freedom and self-responsibility. 

Gestalt therapy has been shown to be effective in treating a wide range of issues such as anxiety, stress, addiction, depression, low self-esteem, and relationship issues. It can be administered in individual sessions, groups, couples, teams and organizations settings.

Compared to traditional therapy, which often focuses on past experiences and asks the client to talk about past situations, Gestalt therapy encourages the patient to experience those situations through a variety of exercises here and now.

Cognitive behavioural Therapy (CBT)

Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) is a type of psychotherapeutic treatment that helps people learn how to identify and change destructive or disturbing thought patterns that have a negative influence on behaviour and emotions. Through CBT, these thoughts are identified, challenged, and replaced with more objective, realistic thoughts.

CBT is fantastic to change our negative thinking pattern and manage your emotions, control overthinking, reduce anxiety, lift your mood, work with your depression. It helps as well with better communication and social skills, coping with grief or loss.

Humanistic Integrative Therapy

Humanistic therapy adopts a holistic approach that focuses on free will, human potential, and self-discovery. It aims to help you develop a strong and healthy sense of self, explore your feelings, find meaning, and focus on your strengths. A very important aspect of this kind of psychotherapy is the therapeutic relationship, therapist and client work together at the same level. Trust, respect and congruence are major components of this therapeutic relationship, where the therapist can share with the client how they feel – when is relevant for the therapy process – to encourage them to be real, honest and open in therapy.

Inner child work

Inner child work to resolve the childhood emotions and experiences this inner child still holds. Inner child work involves self-discovery of all the emotions and memories one is forced to repress. The idea of inner child work is to get into contact with, listen to, and nurture inner children to find and heal the issues one may be facing in adulthood.

Energy Psychology

Energy Psychology is a mind-body approach to understanding and improving human functioning. It focuses on the relationship between bioenergy systems, neuro and electro physiological processes, and mental functions involving thoughts, emotions, sensations, and behaviour. Energy psychology methods combine cognitive interventions with somatic techniques that influence the human bio-energy systems such as meridians, chakras and the biofield to elevate physical, mental, emotional and spiritual wellbeing.

The Enneagram

The Enneagram is one of the most powerful clinical tools available to develop your full potential by tapping into our unique shadows and strengths. Enneagram theory provides accurate descriptions of the core structures of the nine personality types, as well as type-specific understanding of the relationship between psychological issues, spiritual qualities and somatic patterns. We will use this theory to help you to achieve your goals.

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