Types of Therapy Available
All of the Psychotherapy techniques used are fully backed by scientific research.
Types of Therapy – Hypnosis Based Interventions
Types of Therapy – Evidence Based Psychotherapies
Each one of these different types of therapy works in a different way, and is appropriate for different for different problems & personality types (people with specific “thinking styles”) which we will normally discuss with you during our 50 minute Free Initial Consultation.
There are a number of factors which indicate the most suitable types of therapy to use and we usually determine this once we are able to meet you and to discuss your own personal history and circumstances.
Which Types of Therapy are Most Suitable For My Problem?
It is, of course , almost impossible to give you the answer to this, but in general terms we use the following types of therapy in the following circumstances:-
- Clinical Hypnotherapy – suitable for relatively “minor” problems that are not having a seriously negative effect on your day-to-day life – used for things such as Nail Biting, Exam Nerves, Confidence Boosts or Relaxation.
- Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) – This tool is a more advanced type of technique although still based on hypnosis, that pays attention to how our beliefs, thought patterns, use of words (linguistics) and “internal programming” may contribute to the problem, and then uses specific techniques to help you to create new modes of thinking and behaving (modalities) in order to minimise the problem.
- Brain Working Recursive Therapy (BWRT) – The latest development from the Essex Institute, BWRT helps to create new responses to old situations by creating new neural pathways through “cognitive recursive loops.”
- Psychoanalysis – a Psychodynamic therapy devised by Sigmund Freud that is designed to uncover repressed experiences that may have led to a range or neurotic symptoms and behaviours.
- The Thrive Programme is a “guided self-improvement” programme that is based on scientific research and helps you to really understand your own personal “psychological make-up” and in so doing, helps you to better manage any thinking that is contributing to your symptomology.
- Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is based on the premise that our “thinking” directly impacts our “behaviour” and is probably the best well known and widely used form of Psychotherapy, often delivered through the NHS. (We do not provide services for the NHS at our Clinic it is strictly privately provided.)