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  • Types of Approaches

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    Adlerian Psychotherapy

    Adlerian Psychotherapy helps clients to achieve their goals, feel a sense of belonging, and contribute to their community with a respectful, encouraging and positive environment.

    Art in Therapy

    Art in Therapy use your creativity and the creative process of art such as colouring, drawing and painting for self expression, to explore feelings, promote growth and healing as well as improve mental health. No art experience is required.

    Brief-Solution Focused Therapy

    Brief Solution Focused Therapy (BSFT) is goal oriented and help individuals manage symptoms, cope with problems, find solutions and improve the quality of their lives in the short-term.

    Christian Perspective in Psychotherapy

    Christians believe that humans are created as spiritual being in a relation with our Creator. Our religious beliefs and spiritual faith are connected to our mental health and well-being. Christian Perspective Psychotherapy helps individual to heal the mind and soul by integrating spiritual principles, practice and values into therapy with hope and healing while seeking God’s wisdom.


    Coaching helps individuals become aware of, make progress and achieve their life and work goals such as improving career, friendships, love, spirituality and the self through clarity, creativity, empowerment and transformation.

    Cognitive Behaviour Therapy

    Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is a short-term, problem-focused form of behavioural treatment that helps people see the difference between beliefs, thoughts, and feelings; how they can impact behaviour; freeing them from unhelpful patterns of thinking and behaviour. CBT is grounded in the belief that it is a person’s perception of events – rather than the events themselves – that determines how he or she will feel and act in response.

    Culturally Sensitive

    The understanding and sensitivity of an individual’s background, belief system, ethnicity and values; and the application of cultural competent techniques when working with clients from diverse backgrounds.

    Dialectical Behaviour Therapy

    Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) uses mindfulness (being in the present, here-and-now), distress tolerance (increase tolerance to negative emotions), emotion regulation (manage intense emotions) and interpersonal effectiveness (communicate assertively, confidently and with self respect) to help individuals find ways of managing emotions so that they balanced and in control of their of their lives through change and acceptance.


    Groups are effective in helping individuals make connections to other people, their experiences and learn ways to improve challenges in one’s life with the encouragment from group members. They can be educational, skills based or supportive and meet weekly for one to two hours. Grouls can also make access to service more affordable.


    Mindfulness is the practice of paying attention, in the moment, in the here and now without judgment. It allows you to notice your inner thoughts and feelings. Jon Kabat-Zinn, a leader in the field of mindfulness, said mindfulness is “paying attention attention in a particular way: on purpose, in the present moment, and non-judgmentally”.

    Narrative Therapy

    Narrative Therapy believe individual are experts in their own lives and helps them to gain meaning and purpose, feel empowered and become the author and narrator of their own life story.

    Play Therapy

    Play Therapy helps children express their feelings, improve behaviour, talk about challenges and solve problems. It can include board games, drawing, painting, dance, music, puppet play, and storytelling. There are also sessions with parents to provide them with treatment goals, child’s progress and support.

    Trauma Based Therapy

    Trauma-Based Therapy understands how a traumatic experience affects an individual’s behaviour, emotions, physical and spiritual well-being – an awareness of how trauma impacts all aspects of life.  It assists them in processing emotions and memories associated with the trauma and teaching coping strategies which helps to improve psychosocial functioning in an environment of healing and recovery.