Integrative Therapy


Integrative therapy draws on some of the oldest techniques of psychotherapy. It was developed during the 1970s by Richard G Erskine. It uses several different models of therapy approaches such as  psychodynamic, client-centered, behaviorist, cognitive, family therapy, Gestalt therapy, body-psychotherapies, object relations theories,  and transactional analysis.

Integrative also refers to another aspect which is that practitioners attempt to integrate all aspects of the personality such as feelings, perceptions and unresolved conflicts into a cohesive whole. This can encourage clients to approach life more positively, while letting go of prejudices and old opinions or attitudes.

All our practitioners are using integrative model in their work.