When searching for a therapist the choice can be confusing. There are many different forms which are usually grouped into three main 'traditions' - psychodynamic, humanistic and cognitive-behavioural.
Integrative Psychotherapy draws on more than one of these traditions. Integrative therapists are concerned with understanding the common forces of change across different modalities.
I was trained initially as a person-centred therapist (humanistic tradition) but through training & experience integrate some aspects of other modalities. I am passionate about any theory or expertise which helps me to understand the client's inner world.
From an integrative perspective, some of the ways counselling / psychotherapy can help people are: