I offer Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) but starting from an integrative model and always taking into account that each individual is different. I integrate a Person-centered therapy approach and elements of ‘Brief Psychotherapy’ and ‘Gestalt Psychology’ whenever I consider this to be appropriate.
This method starts from the theory that humans think, feel and act. This type of therapy will help you to overcome your personal problems taking into account the way you think or interpret reality (Cognitions =thoughts) and leading you to positive changes in your behaviour.
This type of therapy is indicated for multiple disorders by NICE (National Institute for Health and Care Excellence http://www.nice.org.uk/aboutnice/about_nice.jsp ) and its effectiveness has been widely proven. What makes this therapy so effective is that it focusses on the daily lives of patients and the problems they face. This allows them to face and rationalize the main causes of feelings such as fear and anxiety and leads to significant changes in their lives.