The Benefits of Mindfulness
The integrative model draws on different therapeutic approaches. This includes psychodynamic, humanistic and behavioural. Focusing longer-term, aiming to understand a person’s thought processes and current situation. Whilst thinking about how it influences past events. Psychotherapy addresses the underlying root cause. Allowing change and personal growth to occur. It is helpful for focusing on recurrent problems and patterns of thought/behaviour.
Integrating different approaches allows Emma to adapt the alcohol counselling Surrey. This allows it to flow to meet the personal needs of the client. Integrative therapy places a strong emphasis on the therapeutic relationship. This in itself becomes part of the therapy work.
Considering starting alcohol counselling in Surrey? It is important to consider which therapy approach is right for you. There is a great deal of information and advice at our fingertips. This can be overwhelming to know where to start. Our guide will help you decide on the right therapy for you.
Emma sees adults (18+) on a one-to-one basis for short or long term therapy. Emma sees clients for the following reasons:
Please note that this list is not exhaustive.
Emma has acquired a wide range of experience over the past 10 years. Both within the NHS and private sector. Working in both inpatient and community mental health settings. Emma has held positions within the senior management of a large blue-chip retailer.
Emma was instrumental in the expansion of personality disorder and trauma services in the NHS. Today she continues to work as a senior DBT practitioner. Specialising in the treatment of trauma and personality disorders. Emma developed a firm interest in the treatment of mental health difficulties. Within this role, Emma continues to work with people on a one-to-one basis. Emma delivers group-based psychological treatments.
Emma works with clients from age 18+ offering integrative therapy. This is part of her training as an integrative psychotherapist. Emma offers alcohol counselling Surrey and works in a client-centred approach. This means she will incorporate all of her experience and knowledge in various therapeutic approaches. All to tailor the approach to her client’s specific needs.
‘I was really nervous about seeing a therapist as I didn’t actually know what was ‘wrong’ but Emma really understood me and I felt at ease during the assessment. She’s not just a ‘how does that make you feel’ therapist which I find patronising, she’s practical and genuine.’
‘I feel a lot more insightful to my problems and why I think the way that I do, and do the things that I do. Everything seems to finally make sense.’
‘My life has changed over the last year, I never believed I’d be any different but I now have friends and a job.’
‘I’ll always be grateful for you never giving up on me even when I gave up on myself’