Integrative counselling

Integrative counselling is a form of psychotherapy that combines different approaches to help you deal with life’s challenges. It covers a wide range of issues, such as relationship problems, anxiety and depression, grief and loss, family conflicts, trauma, addiction and code pendency. Integrative counselling is also known as integrative therapy or combined therapy.

What is integrative counselling?

Integrative counselling is a form of counselling that combines several different types of therapy. It’s a combination of psychodynamic, humanistic, cognitive behavioural and family systems therapies. The aim of integrative counselling is to help you understand your problems better and find solutions for them.

Integrative counselling can be used to treat mental health issues such as anxiety or depression but it’s also used by people who want to improve their relationships with others or themselves (for example by improving their self-confidence).

Who can benefit from integrative counselling?

If you are experiencing chronic pain, stress, anxiety or depression and want to make changes in your life, integrative counselling can help. It is also good for people who have been through a trauma or are grieving.

It’s important that we understand each other as human beings before we can work together as counsellors.

How does it work?

Integrative counselling is a type of therapy that combines several different methods, such as cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) and mindfulness. The therapist will help you explore your symptoms and find the root cause of your problems. They may use one or more techniques to help you overcome them, such as:

  • CBT – This is a talking therapy where you learn how to change negative thoughts and behaviours through questioning patterns that lead to negative outcomes in your life. It also teaches relaxation techniques such as meditation and breathing exercises so that when stressful situations arise again in future, they won’t have such a strong impact on you anymore.
  • Mindfulness – This involves focusing on the present moment without judging it or trying to change anything about it; instead allowing yourself just enjoy whatever comes along without getting caught up on what might happen next!

Is it effective?

You may have heard that integrative counselling is effective. And it has been shown to be effective in some studies.

In addition, there are some people who find conventional psychotherapy more helpful than integrated therapies like mindfulness meditation, yoga and art therapy (which are all part of integrative counselling). And vice versa – others find these alternative therapies more beneficial than traditional talk therapy alone because they address issues such as stress management or physical health problems alongside mental health issues like anxiety or depression. 

Integrative Counselling offers a range of approaches to counselling therapy and are based on the belief that all aspects of our lives are interconnected. This means that if you want change in one area of your life, other areas may need to change too! Integrative counsellors will help you identify what needs changing (and why), as well as how best to achieve this change through talking with them about how things currently are for you – both inside yourself (your thoughts/feelings) and outside yourself (the way people treat each other).

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It’s clear that integrative counselling has many benefits and can be a great option for people who need help with their mental health. If you are interested in finding out more about this type of therapy or if you would like to learn more about other options available, give us a call, we’re here to help.

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