Humanistic therapies (counselling) are used to treat depression, anxiety, panic disorders, personality disorders, addiction and relationship issues, including family relationships. People with low self-esteem, who are having trouble finding their purpose or reaching their true potential, who lack feelings of “wholeness,” who are searching for personal meaning, or who are not comfortable with themselves as they are, may also benefit from humanistic therapy.
Is based on the assumption that you are seeking support in the resolution of a problem can engage in an accepting non-judgmental relationship with your therapist, allowing you to freely express emotions and feelings.
This counselling is for clients who would like to address specific psychological habits or patterns of thinking. You are the best authority of your own experience and therefore capable of achieving your own potential for growth and problem resolution.
This therapy enables you to come to terms with negative feelings and develop inner resources with the power and freedom to bring about change.
This therapy refers to the analysis of how you communicate and relate to others (how you ‘transact’). TA uses observation of here and now interchanges (the interpersonal) in order to improve communication and relationships and also as a route to understanding your personality .
This therapy (counselling) can be understood using ego states – Parent, Adult and Child – three different ways of being, that shape your internal world and your behavior.
These ego states are often developed in the past and re-created in the present, maintaining old and unhelpful patterns, which can be brought into awareness and made available for change.
Sessions available in Poole, Christchurch and Ferndown