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CBT is a widely based researched therapy. It is a form of psychotherapy which combines cognitive and behavioural therapies. It helps individuals become aware of their distorted thinking patterns (cognitive element) and challenges them, in turn changing how they think, and feel.
Online Counselling and Psychotherapy is a form of Internet Counselling and is also known as Teletherapy or Telehealth. Your therapist will generally use an online program such as Zoom/Skype to conduct each session. Internet Counselling and Psychotherapy can have many benefits and allows you to address what is bothering you without having to meet In Person.
A clinical psychologist is a psychologist who is specifically trained around mental health. They are typically trained to a doctorate level and identify as a scientist practitioner integrating theory and practise to deliver an evidence-based service to individuals.
When we talk about counselling we are referring to an umbrella term for talking therapies. In counselling you are provided with a safe and supportive environment where the counsellor will help you explore the problems you are experiencing.
The principle upon which Psychodynamic Psychotherapy rests focuses on how the past can influence how we behave in the present. The Psychodynamic approach will focus on existing thoughts, feelings and memories and follow the thread which associates them to previous situations or relationships.
Psychoanalysis operates on the premise that there exists a knowledge not known to ourselves, an unconscious knowledge. If one worked in one’s own best interests and if one is in control we wouldn’t be capable of our own destruction such as in cases of anorexia, addiction, gambling, puzzling anxiety or depression.
Humanistic and Integrative Psychotherapy
Psychotherapists who work in a Humanistic and integrative approach create a space for individual’s to develop an awareness around what is preventing them from living their life to its fullest. This approach runs counter to the scientific tenets of behaviourism and analytic approach of Freudian Psychoanalysis.