Cognitive Analytic Therapy (CAT).
I have been an accredited CAT practitioner since 2006. CAT therapy is time-limited, (usually 16-24 sessions) and provides scope for deep change work. The therapy gives particular attention to relationships – our relationship with others as well as our relationship with ourself.
Another important aspect of the therapy is the opportunity to explore, understand and make changes to the repeating patterns we can find ourselves in, despite our best efforts to make changes in our life. Cognitive analytic Therapy is an integrative therapy, so it can bring in lots of different ways of working to create the changes that you want to focus on.
Some of the approaches I use are anxiety management techniques, relaxation, mindfulness practices and EFT (see below for more information).
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Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT or Tapping).
I have been a qualified EFT Practitioner since 2008. EFT is a gentle mind/body technique which uses tapping on acupressure points on your hand, head and torso with your own fingers, to switch on the body’s natural calming response. EFT can be taught in a few sessions as a self-soothing strategy and can be combined with psychological therapy for managing anxiety, stress , grief and for processing difficult experiences and traumatic memories.
I am a member of EFT International – the world’s largest EFT organisation.
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Advanced EFT Techniques.
I am trained and experienced in using the advanced EFT processes known as ‘Identity Healing‘. I use these gentle but powerful techniques to help heal the younger parts of ourselves that may ‘hold’ childhood distress, stress and trauma, freeing up our potential to be the integrated adults that we can be.