The use of several psychodynamic theories integrated with Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) . It is about the therapist being curious about past experiences which helps to understand current cognitive distortions. This supports the therapist in gently assisting the client towards change. Below are some of the psychodyamic, cognitive, and behavioral therapies this therapist may use during your sessiosns.
The therapist uses factual information to explain, teach, inform, or debrief a situation that could be traumatic, persistent, chronic, or acute. This intervention is usually intertwined with other therapeutic interventions.
Client Centered Therapy are for those clients who don't really want information or advice, they want to share their problems in a safe and warm space where they will be supported with genuine empathy from the therapist.
Trauma Informed Therapy
Trauma Informed Therapy seeks to support the client by understanding how trauma impacts the individual physiologically, emotionally, and behaviorally. Trauma Informed Therapy is for the client who suffered trauma in their past long ago or more recently in the last few weeks or few days.
Is about telling your story and then retelling the story in away that transforms the individual to be in control, to be empowered, and to recognize how we narrate our stories reflects on how we view ourselves negatively or positively.
Anger Management is an intervention designed to approach anger from evidence-based and clinically proven practices. This intervention is designed to incorporate in all therapy sessions or to be used specifically for individuals who self identify and/or are mandated to attend anger management therapy. Anger Management certification is available for those that complete all 10 modules of the curriculum. This certification is accepted by all Philadelphia court systems and facilitated by a NAMA certified therapist. If you are not interested in certification then you may attend as many modules as you may like. This intervention is available for individuals or groups.
Solution Focused Therapy
This therapy is ideal for clients who want to attend therapy for a brief amount of time or who only want to attend therapy as intermittent to help resolve immediate issues. The client determines what they want to work on. This form of therapy is very interactive.