Psychotherapy is the backbone of our work at TRC, using knowledge, skill and experience to provide the best and most effective 1:1 treatment. It combines different schools of thought, psychotherapeutic techniques and perspectives, providing clients with an approach that suits them and their individual needs.
It builds on the belief that clients should come first over the technique in itself and has an understanding that no single approach is suitable for every client. Psychotherapy acknowledges that each person is unique and may require an individualised style of therapy. It allows flexibility and room to adapt and change, finding what’s best suited for the client.
Psychotherapy focuses on building a therapeutic relationship between the client and the therapist. This therapeutic relationship is essential for the collaborative psychotherapy process and to help the clients achieve their personal therapeutic goals.
As mentioned, it integrates different approaches, diverse perspectives and systems, such as:
The work focuses on how our past may impact our day-to-day experiences and emotional well-being while also dealing with the here and now and exploring the client’s perception, thought patterns and behaviours.
We offer a specialised and focused methodology for specific conditions such as mood disorders (depression and bipolar), anxiety disorder (panic disorder, generalised anxiety disorder, phobias), eating disorders (anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, binge eating disorder and body dysmorphic disorder) and obsessive-compulsive disorder. Integrative psychotherapy is also an effective treatment and support for people struggling with interpersonal relationships, low self-esteem and trauma.
What Our Clients Say
Christmas can be a lovely time, with loving memories and family gatherings. However, it can also be tough and challenging. Here are some simple yet helpful
Psychotherapist Sol explains why we should make time for self-care in our lives, and how we can do this. Self-care is an important way to