When it comes to therapy, we believe a client centred approach is the best option amongst the many different therapeutic approaches to choose from and the types of therapy we offer.
We know that clients want to work with a therapist who listens. We recognise the need for authenticity and a genuine connection in order for therapy to be successful.
We recognise that some of our clients are looking for a safe place to explore and share their story and experiences. Others are looking for a solution driven approach and practical skills for meaningful change. Clients present for help with relationship challenges, to beat anxiety, or to recover from depression.
Some of our clients are neurotypical, and others are neurodiverse – we know that one size does not fit all.
That means we value a client-centred approach. A client centred approach simply means we tailor therapy to the unique needs each individual client. This approach allows our therapists to use the latest research and science of psychology in a way that best serves our clients.
At Mindworx Psychology, each of our clinical team is well-versed in counselling skills and in cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT). These are the foundations in many therapies, which often forms the beginning of therapy for new clients. But in addition to counselling skills and being skilled at CBT, many of our team also have training in a range of other therapies.
We are passionate about helping clients, and our training never stops. Some of our therapy approaches can take additional years of training, and in some cases may require accreditation – such as EMDR.
We love that each therapy approach has its own unique set of techniques and strategies. These empower us to help individuals work through specific challenges and improve their overall well-being. Some of the most popular and well-researched approaches include cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT), narrative therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), dialectical behaviour therapy (DBT), and eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR).