Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) is a psychological intervention used to treat a range of psychological problems and help clients cope better with stress, by helping them change their thinking patterns and emotion regulation skills.
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) is a psychological intervention that uses acceptance and mindfulness skills to help clients behave more consistently with their values.
Mindfulness and grounding skills are techniques used to help clients be present in the moment, which can be particularly helpful when a client has experienced trauma or stress
Schema Therapy helps clients understand their core emotional needs by helping them identify unhelpful patterns and views of themselves or others, and then teaching them to find healthier ways to meet their needs.
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) is a structured therapeutic approach that helps clients process traumatic memories.
Sand tray therapy allows clients to portray or communicate feelings and experiences that they may otherwise have difficulty expressing verbally.
Play therapy is often used with children as a way to help them express their feelings through the symbolic forms of play.
Art therapy allows clients to communicate and express their experiences and feelings through artistic mediums and expressions.