I am a Psychotherapist/Counsellor trained in a pluralistic approach .
The basic principle of pluralistic therapy is that different people are helped by different processes and activities at different times. How we work will be decided together and will be flexible, drawing on different strategies married together in flexible response to what you bring to therapy .
Pluralistic therapy includes elements of humanistic , person centered, behavioural and psychodynamic therapy styles. It also includes Hypnotherapy which is an excellent tool for subconscious work.
My Accredited Registration can give you confidence in my service, ethics and training.
PROFESSIONAL DIPLOMA IN PSYCHOTHERAPEUTIC COUNSELLING PRACTICE (PROF. DIP PSY C.)
DIPLOMA IN HYPNOTHERAPY AND INTRODUCTION TO COUNSELLING SKILLS (DIP HYP CS.)
DIPLOMA IN COUNSELLING SKILLS & THEORY (DIP CST.)
Member Status: Accredited | Member No: NCS20-01877 | Location: Liverpool
What is the difference between counselling & psychotherapy
There is some overlap, (and some different opinions) – and also some difference between these titles.
My work is firmly in the realm of Psychotherapy and Counselling in combination.
As a Counsellor/Psychotherapist, I have training in both the theory and practice of how to work with a variety of people with a wide range of emotional distress and whose lives may be affected by both external factors (job loss, bereavement) and internal issues (low self-esteem, anxiety). Counselling and Psychotherapy are closely related and the skills and knowledge needed are very similar.
Counsellors are generally considered more likely to do shorter-term work focusing on particular problems such as addiction and bereavement, while Psychotherapists are often thought of as working within a deeper framework with more fundamental process’ of change within clients .
I work in a combining way. Marrying Counselling, Psychotherapy and Hypnotherapy.