Who is a psychotherapist and what do they do?
A psychotherapist is a talking therapist who is trained to treat emotional and mental health concerns. They would have been trained to work across a range of mental health concerns, which may include anxiety disorders, mood disorders, eating disorders, body image disorder, ADHD, ASD, and other mental health related challenges.
Psychotherapists may be trained in a specific talking therapy, or use an integrative approach. This means that they may have had training across different talking modalities, and use this experience to help support you. This does not mean the treatment will be less effective.
There are a range of different therapies, which may include; Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Psychodynamic Therapy, Compassion Focused Therapy (CFT), EMDR, Person Centered Therapy, DBT, MDT, Interpersonal Therapy and many others. There is not one single therapy that treats all concerns, but your clinician will be able to guide you on what therapy may work best for you.
All of our therapists provide evidence based interventions; which means that we only apply research based interventions to our clients that are reliant upon best practice guidelines issued by the UK, EU and the U.S.
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