Integrative Therapy

What Is Integrative Therapy?

Integrative therapy is a flexible, progressive and inclusive form of therapy that combines different therapeutic approaches to fit the needs of the individual client because often, a single approach to psychotherapy does not always provide the best support – this approach includes CBT.

With a theoretical understanding of human development, early childhood development and attachment I draw on humanistic, psychoanalytic and cognitive behaviour theories to offer a bespoke therapeutic service which matches evidenced-based treatments to each client and presenting issue.

What does it involve?

Integrative therapy begins with an initial assessment which involves an in-depth history taking, exploration of the current problem and what you might like to work on in therapy.  Therapy is most effective, initially, on a weekly or fortnightly basis. Clients then often reengage with therapy over many years which allows for an ongoing and deep therapeutic relationship between therapist and client.

When is integrative therapy used?

Integrative psychotherapy can be incorporated into any type of therapeutic work with children, adolescents, adults and couples. Integrative therapists consider your individual personality, identity, goals, spiritual beliefs, and motivation level to decide the best approach to therapy for each individual client. Different approaches will be used consecutively throughout different stages of the therapeutic process to link early childhood experience with current difficulties.

Prices and booking

Cancellation policy

For a full refund, we request at least 48 hours’ notice if you need to cancel your appointment. Where 48 hours or more notice has been given, your session fee will be refunded less a cancellation fee of £5.00. Where less than 48 hours’ notice is given, the session will be charged in full.


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