Learn more about these Therapies

Art Therapy

In art therapy, the client use clay, paint and other art medium to create images that explore their feeling, dreams, memories or ideas.

Behavioral Therapy

Behavioral therapies use learning principles eliminate or reduce unwanted reactions to external situations, one’s one thoughts and feeling, and bodily sensations of functions.

Cognitive therapy

Cognitive therapies rely on other, largely verbal, learning principles – namely those that involve Cognitive (perception     , thinking, reasoning attention judgments)

Existential therapy

Existential therapies is based on developing a client’s  insight or self – understanding, and focuses on problems of living such a choice, meaning, responsibility and death.

Family/ Marital Therapy

In family therapy the therapist apply therapeutic principles while engaging the participation of family members, individually and as group.

Gestalt Therapy

In Gestalt therapy, therapists challenge clients with questions so that the client increases their awareness of feeling and develops a stronger ability to face daily – living situations and problems.

Humanistic Therapy

Humanistic psychology acknowledges that an individual’s mind is strongly influence by ongoing determining force in both their unconscious and in the world around them specifically the society in which they live.

Postmodern therapy

Postmodern psychology believes that it is difficult at best, and often impossible for a mental health “expect” to be able to determine what is “Psychologically healthy”.

Psychoanalytic Therapy

The intent of psychoanalytic therapy is to allow access to the unconscious as a source of conflicts and motivations.