House Psychotherapists are trained in a range of therapeutic approaches, allowing them to adapt the psychotherapy experience to meet your particular issues. Rather than trying to match the client to a therapy, we’d much rather match psychotherapy to the client.
This integrated approach to psychological therapy avoids dogma, recognising that there is no one overriding truth or ‘best’ psychotherapy. Rather, what exists are many truths, which have have greater or lesser relevance to each client, depending on their particular problems and what they are seeking to achieve in the therapeutic process.
House Therapists are trained in a variety of approaches, and can integrate them to tailor the therapeutic experience to your particular needs and concerns. Rather than trying to match the client to a therapy, we prefer to match therapies to the client.MORE
Schema therapy is an integrated psychological therapy, combining elements from a variety of therapies including CBT Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. It aims to challenge and correct some of the deepest maladaptive beliefs that we hold about ourselves and the world.MORE
By encouraging clients to focus on achievements and goals, solution-focused therapy aims to help establish hope and resolutions to problems — with less attention paid to why the problems arose in the first place. The focus is on what is possible if positive changes are made.MORE
The psychoanalytic theory that dominated the 20th century is being overtaken by therapies in which talking interventions for depression concentrate not on what has already happened, but on thinking about what will happen in the future in a positive way.MORE