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What is Gestalt Therapy?

Gestalt therapy is quite unique in the field of psychotherapy. It is  more about experiencing than analysing, and more about the present moment than your past. By no means a newcomer, gestalt therapy was developed as far back as the 1940s, and was very popular in the 60s and 70s. It is now enjoying a renaissance...

The Humanistic Approach – What Types of Therapy Use It, and Is It For You?

The humanistic approach  believes in human potential, and your capacity to grow and change in positive ways.   The “Humanistic” movement is referred to as the ‘third wave’ of therapeutic thought, arising in reaction to the first two waves of psychodynamic therapies and behavioural therapies. The founders of the humanistic approach felt that these other schools...

What is Transpersonal Psychotherapy, and is it for you?

Like all forms of talk therapy, transpersonal psychotherapy has the aim of helping you feel better about yourself and your life. Transpersonal psychotherapy can differ from other forms of talk therapy because it adds a spiritual aspect to your your exploration of self. What is transpersonal psychotherapy? Transpersonal psychotherapy integrates spiritual tools and traditions with...

Can Online Relationship Counselling Really Work?

by Andrea Blundell In the last few years online therapy has become increasingly popular. And it’s working. In fact studies show that for some psychological issues like social anxiety, Skype therapy can even be more effective than in-person counselling. But what about couples counselling? Is it really possible that online relationship counselling can be as...