Therapeutic Approaches with The Savvy Woman CFE are easy to understand. They identify how you can overcome your problems in your personal life and empower you with different types of therapies which I use to provide a more direct approach to meet your need.
Types of Therapies Used
Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) helps you identify, explore, experience, understand and manage your emotions. It embraces changes of maladaptive emotion (e.g. loss, fear or shame) and transforms it. Breaks negative emotion cycles within relationships of (couples), and emphasises the importance of attachment bonds. Therefore, understanding how bonds relate to an understanding of each other’s emotions.
This approach focuses on your uniqueness as an individual. It explores the nature of creativity, love, and self-actualisation. Therefore, helping you to realise your potential through change and self-directed growth.
Marriage & Family
This approach helps couples and families, either together or individually to improve your communication skills, build on positive standpoints in your relationship and repair harmful or negative views of self and in others.
Positive psychology works on your character, thinking, behaviour, and experiences. It helps you forward-think and improves your quality of everyday life. Some of these include being optimistic, spiritually strong, hopeful, happy, creative, positive choices and perseverance. Exploring strengths rather than weaknesses.
Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) combines play and behavioural therapy for young children and their parents or caregivers. As a parent, you will learn new skills and techniques relating to your child’s emotional or behaviour problem. Including, developmental disabilities, language and mental health issues.
Play therapy is for children ages 3 to 11 years. Children are communicated through this means as a way to understand their cognitive skills. In addition, they help clarify children’s behaviour and identify issues in self.
Christian counselling is for those who value a more traditional belief. It encourages you to transform your life toward constructive change and embraces psychological views of your values and principles.
Person-centred therapy uses a non-directive approach that helps you discover your own solutions. It encourages and supports through compassion and without judgement your process to move toward self-discovery.
Solution Focused Brief (SFBT)
Solution-focused therapy focuses on what you would like to achieve through therapy rather than your troubles or mental health issues. You are encouraged to visualise a desirable future, and then identify either small or large changes necessary to realise your vision. In addition, it builds on your strengths and works toward how you can succeed.
Strength-based therapy focuses on your internal strengths and resourcefulness. It provides you with a positive mindset without focusing on weakness, failures or shortcomings. It improves resilience and changes worldviews, increases self-expectation and reasonableness.