The different types
I have extensive training and experience applying the following Psychotherapy and Counselling models. Based on each individual’s needs, I can offer an integrative or specific approach to therapy as detailed below:Internal Family Systems (IFS)
The IFS Model represents a new synthesis of two already-existing paradigms: systems thinking and the multiplicity of the mind. It brings concepts and methods from the structural, strategic, narrative, and Bowenian schools of family therapy to the world of sub personalities. It has proven to be exceptionally effective when working with dissociative states or complex issues that have become imbedded within the persons makeup.Integrative and Pluralistic
I am extensively training in a wide range of therapies that allows me to integrate these therapeutic approaches or specifically work solely with a particular therapeutic approach (pluralistic) as depending on the clients needs which is determined at the first consultation or assessment meeting.Applied Behaviour Analysis
Professionals trained in applied behaviour analysis engage in the specific and comprehensive use of principles of learning; including operant and respondent learning, in order to address behavioural needs of widely varying individuals in diverse settings. Examples of these applications include: building the skills and achievements of children in the home, school and community settings; enhancing the development, abilities, and choices of children/adults with various disabilities; and augmenting the performance and satisfaction of employees in organisations and businesses.