Humanistic Integrative Psychotherapy

Humanistic integrative psychotherapy, a longer therapy, draws on a wide range of psychotherapy traditions to encourage the development of the person and how they relate to others.

Both client and therapist work together in the entire psychotherapy processes:  assessment, intervention and evaluation of outcomes. This approach stresses the importance of the individual’s capacities for self-regulation, self-actualisation, responsibility and choice, which underpin the process of change, taking into account the impact of the external world upon the internal world of the client to explore the significance of social, cultural and political realms of experience.