Integrative Talking Therapies

Delivered by The Moira Anderson Foundation
  • Talking therapies

The therapist’s role is to cater to the client’s therapeutic experience by drawing upon specific concepts and techniques from different approaches to the client’s needs. This can empower and enable clients to set goals for therapy and work towards them. Integrative talking therapy is a flexible and inclusive approach. It can be beneficial for those wanting to overcome negative patterns of behaviour caused by anxieties and fear and for those experiencing past and current trauma, depression, low self-esteem and addiction.

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