Integrative Psychotherapy : Future Focus Counselling & Consulting

How it Works

  • Combining Techniques: Integrative Psychotherapy blends elements from different therapeutic schools, such as psychoanalytic, humanistic, cognitive-behavioral, and others, to address the specific needs of the client.
  • Personalized Approach: The therapist tailors the therapy to the individual, considering their personal history, current issues, and therapy goals. This could mean using cognitive techniques for some problems, while incorporating humanistic approaches for others.
  • Focus on the Whole Person: This approach looks at all aspects of the individual - emotional, cognitive, behavioral, and physiological - and considers how these elements interact and impact the person's well-being.
  • Flexibility and Creativity: The therapist may use various techniques, such as talk therapy, mindfulness, or expressive arts, and is often open to adapting the approach as therapy progresses.

What It's Good For

Integrative Psychotherapy is effective for a wide range of psychological issues, from anxiety and depression to relationship problems and personal growth. It's particularly useful for complex or multifaceted issues that might benefit from a combination of therapeutic approaches.

In essence, Integrative Psychotherapy offers a customized and flexible approach to therapy. It values the unique qualities and needs of each individual, providing a diverse range of tools to facilitate healing and growth. This approach allows for a therapy experience that is as unique as the person receiving it, often leading to more comprehensive and effective treatment outcomes.

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I am licensed to practice in Washington State and the following Canadian Provinces: Yukon, British Columbia, Northwest Territories, Nunavut, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Newfoundland.