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Brief Therapy is an umbrella term used for all Brief Therapy approaches. These include Solution-Focused Brief Therapy, Solution-Focused Therapy and sometimes, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a type of psychosocial intervention that helps clients become aware of when they make negative interpretations, and of the behavioral patterns that result from distorted thinking.
A counselor is an advisor who works with a client to find solutions to specific problems or issues. A trained counselor usually has first received training as a nurse or a social worker.
Life coaching is distinct from giving advice, consulting, counseling, mentoring and therapy. A life coach encourages and counsels clients on a range of professional and personal issues.
Motivational interviewing is a client-centered, therapist directed counseling style aimed at helping clients change their behavior by helping them explore and resolve ambivalence.
Psychodynamic Therapy (PDT) is a type of “talk therapy” and is perhaps the oldest form of therapy used today. This type of therapy is based on Freudian psychology developed by the famous psychologist, Sigmund Freud.
We believe that a strong, trusting therapeutic alliance is the very foundation of Psychotherapy. This must be established at the very outset for the work to be effective and achieving lasting results.
With this approach, work is aimed at finding solutions to the problem in the present and exploring the client’s hope for the future to find a quicker resolution to their problems.
Oftentimes, it is more effective to find a solution to a problem than to do a lot of focusing a how the problem developed, when it developed, what caused it, how long it has existed, etc., etc.
There are two main techniques used in this type of therapy and both are scientifically proven to be effective for clients who have PTSD, Complex PTSD or who have been exposed to some kind of trauma.