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Psychotherapy Modalities

    Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) is a psychotherapy technique that involves recalling distressing memories while simultaneously engaging in bilateral stimulation to help reprocess traumatic experiences. It aims to alleviate symptoms of trauma and other psychological conditions by facilitating the brain's natural healing processes

Attachment Theory

Attachment theory suggests that the quality of early relationships with caregivers shapes an individual's patterns of emotional and social interaction throughout life. It emphasizes the importance of secure attachments for healthy development and functioning, influencing behavior, emotions, and relationships.


Mindfulness therapy involves cultivating present-moment awareness and acceptance of one's thoughts, feelings, and sensations without judgment, while also promoting nervous system regulation. It aims to reduce stress, enhance well-being, and promote psychological resilience through practices such as meditation and mindful living.

Inner Child Healing

Inner child healing involves exploring and addressing unresolved childhood experiences and emotions that continue to impact adult life. Through self-compassion and nurturing, individuals seek to heal past wounds, cultivate self-awareness, and foster emotional growth and integration.


Culturally-integrative therapy acknowledges and incorporates the cultural backgrounds, values, and beliefs of clients into the therapeutic process. It aims to enhance cultural sensitivity and competence in therapy by recognizing and respecting diverse cultural perspectives and experiences.

Internal Family Systems (IFS)
Internal Family Systems (IFS) therapy views individuals as a collection of different "parts" or subpersonalities within the psyche, each with its own unique characteristics and role. The therapy aims to promote healing and integration by fostering communication, understanding, and harmony among these internal parts, ultimately leading to greater self-awareness and emotional well-being.


Compassion-focused therapy (CFT) is an approach that emphasizes the cultivation of compassion and self-compassion to alleviate suffering and promote psychological well-being. It helps individuals develop a kinder and more supportive relationship with themselves.


Somatic therapy focuses on the connection between the mind and body, addressing psychological issues through bodily sensations, movements, and experiences. By integrating physical sensations and emotional processing, it aims to release tension, trauma, and promote holistic healing.


Person-centered therapy emphasizes the importance of creating a supportive and empathetic therapeutic relationship where clients can explore their feelings and experiences without judgment. It focuses on the client's inherent capacity for self-understanding and growth, with the therapist serving as a facilitator of personal exploration and change.

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) promotes accepting thoughts and feelings while committing to values-aligned actions for meaningful change. It cultivates psychological flexibility and mindfulness to enhance well-being and fulfillment.


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