There are many different therapeutic approaches. Some focus on collaboration between therapist and client. There is some focus on the type of analysis. Still others focus on the tools used during therapy.
Mental Health Match's matching tool finds the right form of therapy for you. However, if you want to know what all these terms mean, check out the glossary below.
Accelerated Experimental Dynamic Psychotherapy (AEDP)it is a technique based on the understanding that humans are programmed to heal themselves. AEDP creates a safe and positive time for you and your therapist to unpack the trauma that is affecting your life. Rooted in positivity and self-acceptance, AEDP aims to empower you with the experiences that have previously held you back. AEDP is ideal for anyone who wants to get over a traumatic experience and doesn't want to do it alone.
Accelerated Resolution Therapy (ART)uses memory and image composition along with relaxed eye movements as tools to overcome traumatic experiences. This results in a reclassification of that trauma in the brain, with the goal of protecting it from triggers that might otherwise elicit emotional or physical responses. ART addresses a wide range of diagnoses and has been effective in treating people who have experienced abuse (i.e., physical, emotional, sexual, substance abuse), as well as people diagnosed with depression, anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD ) and phobias.
Acceptance and Attachment Therapy (ACT)Promotes mindfulness to overcome negative attitudes, thoughts and feelings resulting from difficulties encountered in life. ACT is based on a model in which we accept our reactions, stay present, and make decisions that allow us to act. Someone struggling with social anxiety, prolonged stress, and depression could benefit from ACT.
Terapia AdlerianaIt's a great approach for someone who wants to achieve a specific goal. Through engagement, insight, and refocusing, your therapist can help you understand your barriers to achieving your goals and identify the steps needed to get closer to your ultimate goal. Your therapist supports and engages you through ongoing visits with an agreed end date, when you and your therapist can track your overall progress and reassess if necessary. Adlerian Therapy may be a preferred approach for those struggling with weight loss, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), smoking cessation, addiction, or other self-defeating habits.
Animal Assisted Therapy (TAA)it works when your therapist believes that a companion animal can positively complement your treatment plan. The AAT is commonly used to help people struggling with autism, behavioral problems, depression, and addiction, but benefits have been seen across a wide range of diagnoses.
art therapycreate the space where you can express your feelings and thoughts through artistic means which may include painting, coloring and drawing. For someone who struggles to express their emotions and experiences in words alone, art therapy allows them to express themselves through visual representations.
attachment-based therapyexamines the experiences that influence your early attachment experiences, or the bonds that have developed between you and your early caregivers, to resolve the resulting feelings, thoughts, communications, and behaviors that you may have adopted as coping and avoidance mechanisms. For someone whose current experiences are negatively affected by early trauma, attachment-based therapy can be an effective therapeutic approach. This approach is commonly used in parent-child and family therapy sessions.
behavior therapyincludes a wide range of therapies used to combat self-destructive behaviors. Behavior therapy is based on the belief that behaviors can be learned and unlearned. For someone looking to let go of harmful behaviors that are proving to be harmful, behavior therapy is worth considering.
bibliotherapyyou use literature when your therapist sees it as an adjunct to your healing process. This can be the reading of selected texts and storytelling in connection with classical talk therapy. Bibliotherapy is a great approach for anyone interested in literature that encourages self-awareness and development, or reading narratives that might make sense.
biofeedback therapyhelps develop control over involuntary physiological functions such as body temperature, heart rate, and blood pressure. Therapeutic biofeedback sessions increase self-awareness by measuring the body's responses to various interventions. Through biofeedback, you can learn to monitor and relax the physical sensations in your body. Someone struggling with anxiety would be a strong candidate for biofeedback therapy.
Focus on Body and Mind (BMC)focuses on the relationship between our movements and our mind. This approach examines how awareness of each of the body's systems affects our breathing and movement. BMC helps you explore the connections between your senses, movements and perceptions, and the meaning you give them. BMC is a great trail for those whose exercise and quality of life have been negatively affected by early conditioning.
Mind-Body PsychotherapyPromotes awareness of bodily sensations. Awareness of how the body responds to certain experiences informs you of your area of development. This is a great approach for anyone who wants to become more aligned with the neuroscience behind their body's movements and reflexes, with the goal of making their experiences more safe, aware, and confident.
Brainspottingaddresses pain and trauma by tracking eye movements across fields of view. It helps you recognize and let go of how your body stores pain and trauma. This is a great option for someone who wants to heal their trauma-related emotions, fears, and pain on a deeper level.
breathingPromotes mindfulness and increased self-confidence through breathing exercises. People suffering from depression, anxiety, or extreme stress may appreciate the pause, relaxation, and opportunity for reflection that the breath provides.
brief psychotherapyit is an approach that prioritizes the most efficient treatment. If you want to achieve a goal in a certain number of sessions or on a certain date, you can opt for brief psychotherapy.
choice theoryIt is the belief that each individual can only control himself and that he has limited power over the decisions of others. This therapy shifts the focus away from leading others and instead encourages taking responsibility for oneself. A therapeutic approach based on these pillars can be effective for parents, couples, and people experiencing conflict in the workplace.
Non-client-centered therapyit occurs when your therapist steps back and allows you to take a more active and direct role in your healing process. With this approach, your therapist is primarily there to encourage self-acceptance and healing. This is a great method for anyone who wants to realize their potential and take initiative, but still appreciate the support of a therapist.
Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT)It is a short-term approach that allows you to achieve your goals by considering the thoughts, feelings, and experiences that support your desired behavior. This is a great option for you if you have a short-term goal you want to achieve and want the support and accountability of a therapist.
Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) – insomniaspecifically targets the behaviors, feelings, and thoughts that affect your ability to develop consistent, healthy sleep patterns. This is a route worth considering for someone struggling with insomnia.
Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT)is a form of cognitive behavioral therapy that approaches PTSD with the belief that our thoughts influence our attitudes and feelings about our past trauma. The implicit objective is that in 12 sessions you can transform experiences that harm you into experiences that empower you. CPT is a great modality for those who want to change the way their trauma presents itself in everyday life.
collaborative therapyIt is an approach that allows you to apply your own understanding to your experiences. In this mode, your therapist is less likely to lead the conversation while making inferences about the cognitive and behavioral changes you need to make. This is a great approach for anyone who appreciates open-ended explorations of their experiences and problems to reflect on options and solutions.
Compassion Oriented Therapy (CFT)encourages people to respond to their experiences with compassion. CFT is a great option for you if you struggle with shame and self-criticism. CFT can help you develop compassion for yourself and others.
Constructivist Therapyemphasizes that your sense of reality is built from your life experiences. Your therapist is there to nurture your strengths and acts as a facilitator of change. While each diagnosis is considered, your therapist may not place as much emphasis on mental illness as they do in traditional talk therapy.
Dance and Movement Therapyuses dance to identify the intersection of emotional, social, cognitive, and physical components that contribute to their well-being. A variety of movements are integrated into your treatment plan to help you access your underlying feelings and express your experiences non-verbally. Dance therapy is an excellent option to reduce stress, control anxiety and stabilize mood disorders.
depth therapyIt is rooted in the belief that to truly be on the path to healing, we must go beyond our superficial understanding of mental health issues and explore the underlying motivations. This approach can examine your dreams, hidden thoughts, and early attachments to better understand your challenges and reactions. This approach is a great option for you if you are dealing with trauma or unexplained emotional states.
Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)promotes healing by teaching coping skills with difficult emotions. Your therapist integrates mindfulness, self-awareness, emotional regulation, and interpersonal communication into your treatment plan. DBT is a great modality when you are struggling with stress or anxiety, or when you are overwhelmed by strong emotional responses. DBT can consist of group therapy sessions in addition to individual sessions with the therapist.
Dramaterapiahelps you explore your feelings, attitudes and behaviors through theatrical and dramatic activities. Drama therapy can include storytelling, improvisation, and role-playing. This is a good option for someone who has difficulty articulating their stories, goals, feelings, and thoughts through psychotherapy alone.
dream therapyThis is about recording your dreams and discussing them with your therapist. A dream therapist can help you decipher these dreams and what they might say about your waking life. Dream Therapy is a good option if you have dreams that affect your daily life and you are curious to explore the meaning behind them.
eclectic therapyIt is an open approach that adapts to your needs. It brings together a number of different therapies depending on your goals. Eclectic therapy is a great option if you are having trouble deciding which form of therapy might best help you, as eclectic therapists have experience in multiple modalities.
ecotherapyhelps you manage your mental health, challenges, feelings and behaviors by connecting with nature. Ecotherapy can include activities such as gardening, walking in a park, and planting trees. This is a great option for those who find it easier to relax and contemplate the great outdoors.
Emotion Focused Therapy (EFT)It is based on the belief that exploring and understanding our feelings is key to our healing and identity. Your emotionally focused therapist can look for patterns and help you see how your attachments affect your ability to form positive, healthy relationships with yourself and others. Because emotional ties vary from person to person, EFT is a great option for couples and especially intercultural relationships.
Emotional Freedom TechniqueIt is a physical strategy of using the fingertips to touch and stimulate various energy points to promote healing from pain and/or physical and emotional illness. This tapping technique has been shown to be effective in treating anxiety and depression.
energy psychology (EP)encompasses a variety of therapies that look at human function through the mind-body lens. EP does not exclude the effects of mood on the body and vice versa. These therapies can effectively treat trauma, anxiety, self-sabotage, and many other psychophysiological issues.
Equine Assisted Psychotherapyinvolves the use of horses and other equines to supplement a treatment plan generally aimed at healing trauma and a variety of mental disorders. EAP is not about riding a horse, but about taking care of the horses by feeding them, grooming them, and guiding them through various obstacles.
Ericson Hypnotherapydeviates from direct suggestions and uses metaphors and narratives. If you have an aversion to traditional hypnotherapy, Ericksonian hypnotherapy makes you feel in control and may be a better option.
existential therapyallows you to see your challenge holistically. This is an ideal path for anyone wishing to incorporate philosophy into their healing process.
experiential therapyIt consists of a guided reliving of specific situations that you have experienced or continue to experience in your relationships. Reliving these situations gives you the opportunity to access the subconscious level of issues that may not have been as obvious when you first experienced the situation. Horses, music, theater and art are forms of experiential therapy. These therapies are ideal for someone who believes that reliving their challenges in alternative ways will help them discover the key to their healing.
exposed therapyIt is a form of behavioral therapy that relies on exposing you to triggers to overcome phobias, anxiety, and conditions. Under the guidance of a licensed therapist, you will be exposed to the trigger in a safe environment. Exposure therapy has proven effective in the treatment of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
expressive art therapyis a form of experiential therapy that incorporates storytelling, music, movement, dance, poetry, and other forms of visual arts to re-experience situations and overcome unresolved challenges, with the underlying intention of growth and development. Expressive art therapy is a great option for someone who struggles with healing through words alone.
Expressive Trauma-Integrationis a form of therapy that addresses both PTSD and trauma through the following pillars: psychoeducation, six-step trauma integration script, experiential modalities and methods, and the individual sustainability plan. This is a more sophisticated and structured approach to healing severe cases of trauma and PTSD.
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Therapy (EMDR)It is a structured form of healing that requires you to revisit painful and traumatic experiences to reduce triggers and negative feelings about the experience. You are asked to focus on the trauma while your therapist helps you manage the bilateral stimulation through controlled eye movements.
family constellation therapyIt depends on delving into family dynamics to discover the triggers that are negatively affecting your relationships. In group therapy, different people are positioned as representatives of family members and you have the opportunity to understand how each individual relationship affects your relationship with yourself and with others.
family systemsIt is a form of therapy that helps you find reconciliation in your family relationships. Based on the concept that each family member contributes to the health of the family system, Systemic Family Therapy is a great option for families experiencing levels of dysfunction that seem uncontrollable. The guidance of a therapist can speed up each individual's healing and, in turn, the relationships they have with each other.
Feminist Therapyit is based on the challenges and stresses that women face specifically because they are women. This can be a great option for someone facing discrimination in the workplace or struggling with postpartum depression, infertility, and gender roles.
form of therapyIt is another holistic form of therapy that encourages you to explore your relationships with different parts of the world outside of your experiences in order to understand how those relationships affect your experiences. Gestalt therapy is a great option for anyone looking to heal conflict through role-playing.
gottman methodis a form of therapy based on the Sound Relationship House Theory. This theory helps break down misunderstandings and other barriers to connection, intimacy, and understanding that couples need to maintain a healthy relationship. The Gottman Method is ideal for couples who currently feel challenged in the areas of connection and intimacy.
grief therapydeals with the emotions and thoughts that follow the loss of a loved one or pet. Grief therapy is successful in managing grief and processing the memories you shared with the deceased in a way that is healing and positive for you.
metodo hakomilook at the patterns you establish that affect the way you experience and see the world. If you want to change your core beliefs and increase your self-esteem through mindfulness, the Hakomi Method is a great option.
Heart-Centered Therapy (HCT)It is based on the belief that the heart contains the wisdom that is the key to healing pain and confusion. If you are interested in spiritual healing, HCT can be an effective approach.
holistic therapyit goes beyond its diagnoses and illnesses. He is perceived primarily as a person. Holistic therapy is a great path for anyone who wants to approach their healing by considering their whole being, not just the symptoms and diagnoses that shape their life experience.
Humandatentherapieit stands at the interface of holistic and scientific approaches. This form of therapy is a great option for anyone looking to improve their stress, depression and anxiety management skills and has been shown to be effective for people of different cultures and backgrounds.
Humanist Therapyit puts you first by honoring your true self in order to live a healthier life. This is a great approach for someone who wants to feel supported and empowered by their unique perspective on the world and experiences.
hypnotherapyIt is a controlled and guided method that sharpens your awareness and puts you in a 'trance'. This state allows you to focus on unpacking and resolving your core issue with your therapist. Hypnotherapy is used to treat smoking cessation, weight loss, and overcoming anxiety, phobias, and habits that reduce quality of life.
Imago Relationship Therapy (IRT)is a form of couples therapy that sees challenges as opportunities for connection, understanding, healing, and growth. This approach is based on the belief that your childhood relationship experiences will influence the relationships you will have as an adult. This is a great option for those who enjoy exploring the underlying roots of their triggers, habits, and communication.
Integral Psychotherapy (IP)It is the transpersonal psychological belief that our cultural, psychological, socioeconomic, biological, spiritual, and behavioral lenses contain some measure of truth. Together, these lenses can set the stage for mindfulness and healing. IP is a great option for someone who sometimes has conflicting beliefs which in turn makes it difficult for them to navigate and process their experiences. If so, PI can help you apply a sense of structure to your understanding of their experiences.
Short-term intensive dynamic psychotherapyexplore painful emotions you don't know about. This is a great option for you if you avoid trauma, block out, and are completely disconnected from residual emotions from past traumatic experiences.
terapia interpersonalfocuses on you and your relationships to manage and treat depression. Based on the belief that our relationships are the root of our mental health, Interpersonal Therapy is a great approach for anyone suffering from depression.
Jungian therapyIt is based on the belief that healing begins where our subconscious and conscious mind intersect. You and your therapist work together to bring unconscious aspects of your psyche to the surface, connecting you with your conscious experiences to increase awareness. Jungian therapy is ideal for anyone who wants to discover the meaning behind their experiences, thoughts, and feelings.
lifetime integrationit draws on memory retrieval to help you understand your trauma and promotes healing by channeling your inner child. Lifespan Integration is a great option for anyone who wants to be more accepting of themselves and feel better about their life in general.
logotherapyIt is based on the belief that people are motivated to understand the meaning of life and its experiences. This is a great approach for anyone looking to find meaning in their experiences and life in general.
full attentionIt is the practice of being present moment to moment and being aware of your thoughts, feelings, and experiences. This is an ideal exercise for anyone looking to boost their self-confidence.
motivational enhancement therapyIt is used as an intervention method for drug users. This is an excellent option for someone who is addicted to drugs and may need guidance and support to navigate recovery.
motivational talkhelps you make decisions for yourself with conviction, based on motivation and positivism. This is a great form of therapy when your quality of life is compromised by your indecisiveness and insecurity.
Therapeutic MulticropIt is based on the understanding that family and cultural factors affect our individual perspectives on ourselves, the world, and our experiences. This is a great form of therapy for refugees, immigrants, and anyone having a hard time adjusting to a new culture.
Terapia-Musicalis a form of experiential therapy that uses music as a vehicle to reveal your pain, emotions and thoughts and to guide you in your healing. Music therapy is a great option for anyone who believes that music can help them express themselves better.
narrative therapyYou kick off your shoes and dive into a situation to gain understanding, insight, and a proactive perspective on it. The goal of Narrative Therapy is to empower you to make changes and direct your narrative to feel who you are. This is a great option for anyone who needs information to gain clarity on their current situation and improve their future.
Nature therapyallows you to address your mental health, challenges, feelings, and behaviors by connecting with nature. Natural therapy, also known as ecotherapy, can include activities such as gardening, walking in a park, and planting trees. This is a great option for anyone looking to relax in the great outdoors.
Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP)explores different strategies, communication approaches, and perspectives to achieve a desired outcome. NLP is ideal when you have a specific goal in mind and want to add the elements of touch and guidance as you embark on that goal.
neurofeedbackIt is a reward-based system used to train your brain activity to improve brain function. By using EEG sensors to monitor brain activity, this form of therapy can produce measurable results that indicate progress or stagnation. Neurofeedback can be used to help if you suffer from ADD, ADHD, stress, anxiety, depression, and many other mental illnesses that affect your quality of life.
object relationship therapyexamines your relationships with primary contacts in your life, such as B. your parents, caregivers, or siblings. This form of therapy delves into your childhood experiences to help you understand how you incorporated the residues of those experiences into your relationships, conflict resolution, and later life experiences.
Person Centered TherapyIt involves talking about your experiences, with minimal but intended feedback from your therapist. Your therapist is not there to interpret your experiences; Instead, he may choose to repeat what he says to help you understand his thoughts and feelings in a new way. This is a great form of therapy for someone who heals best when they are open about their experiences and challenges.
play therapyis a form of experiential therapy most commonly used with children ages 3-12 to help them express their thoughts and feelings through play with the therapist. This is a great way for therapists to connect with children who have been through stress or trauma like divorce or abuse.
polyvagal theoryit focuses on your social experiences and views your behavioral challenges and mental health disorders as autonomic nervous system responses to those experiences.
Positive Psychotherapy (PPT)combines humanistic and psychodynamic approaches to pain healing. The idea is to rewire our brains to think more positively about our painful experiences. This is a great approach for someone who is struggling to find the positive side of her experiences and who wants to change her perspective on life.
Pragmatic experiential therapyis a couples therapy that focuses on reconfiguring our emotional habits and revealing what both parties contribute to achieve the painful state in which the relationship is. With this knowledge and a new level of self-awareness, both parties can identify ways to improve their actions, communication, and attitudes to foster a healthier relationship with each other.
Process Oriented PsychologyIt is a pioneering therapeutic approach derived from Jungian psychology, physics, and information theory. Consciousness, consistency and a positive attitude are essential to the success of this method. This is a great option for anyone who wants to improve in various aspects of life and is also willing to put in some emotional and mental hard work to achieve a healthier quality of life.
Long Term Exposure (PE) Therapyuses imaginary and in vivo exposures derived from behavioral and cognitive therapies to help you address and heal post-traumatic stress disorder. An imaginary exposure requires you to narrate the trauma with intention and address the triggers that remind you of that trauma. The in vivo component guides you in confronting the places, things, and people involved in the trauma. A therapist who practices PE may choose to include breathing in one of the components of the treatment plan.
psychoanalysislooks at mental disorders through a conscious and unconscious lens, with the goal of bringing fear, pain, and repressed emotions to light. For example, a therapist who practices psychoanalysis can help you understand your own interpretation of his dreams and this can shed light on how he really feels about an experience he had.
PsychodramaIt's about acting out the experiences you've had, to gain a better understanding of your feelings and thoughts about what happened, to find the place where you need to heal. This expanded perspective can be helpful when dealing with emotional problems, panic, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress disorder.
psychotherapyaims to treat mental disorders through talk therapy rather than relying on medical means. Psychotherapy is a great approach for you if you can address and heal your disorder by talking about or dealing with your challenges, fears, thoughts, and emotions.
radiation therapy of the heartis a holistic form of psychotherapy that addresses pain and trauma from a Buddhist perspective of the need to open the heart chakra and face pain with love. This approach to therapy is a great option for anyone looking to take a more spiritual approach to their healing.
Radical Open Dialectical Behavior Therapy (RO DBT)It is used in situations difficult to handle. RO DBT promotes healing by assessing strengths and areas of change through emotional expression and social bonding. Your therapist will integrate validation and promotion of mindfulness, self-awareness, and proactive behavior into your treatment plan. Individual treatments are accompanied by skills training. This is a great option for someone with chronic depression, eating disorders, and/or OCD.
Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy (RECT)combines philosophy and science to address your emotional and behavioral challenges. REBT is based on the idea that our beliefs about our experiences shape our future experiences, and therefore focuses on changing the beliefs we have about our experiences.
Rational Emotional Therapy (RET)combines philosophy and science to address any emotional challenges you may have. RET is based on the idea that our beliefs about our experiences shape our future experiences, and therefore focuses on changing the beliefs we have about our experiences.
reality therapyIt's a no-nonsense approach that prompts you to be mindful and present in the here and now to make stronger decisions and solve problems. Reality therapy is ideal for someone who feels that their current challenges are being shaped and influenced by their current experiences rather than their childhood, past traumas, etc.
regression therapyIt focuses on past experiences that shape your current experiences and create barriers to your overall quality of life. This is a great option for anyone who wants to proactively process their past experiences, which might otherwise present themselves as roadblocks in their current experiences.
relationship therapyIt emphasizes the importance, necessity, and impact of fulfilling relationships on our ability to lead healthy, fulfilling lives. Couples therapy is an excellent option for anyone who is discovering that they have patterns in the way they handle their personal relationships and wants to identify behaviors and attitudes that they need to change to move forward and foster healthier relationships.
terapia rogerianaYou and your therapist begin your relationship by setting goals for your sessions. She speaks through her experiences, with intentional feedback from her therapist offering objectively opposing perspectives. Your therapist will not interpret your experiences; Instead, you can choose to repeat what you say to help you understand your thoughts and feelings in a new way. This is a great form of therapy for someone who heals best by being open about their experiences and challenges and being open to understanding their pain through a new lens.
schema therapyadjusts the characteristics of different therapies to better tailor the treatment plan to your needs. People with mental disorders ranging from depression to borderline personality disorder may find the flexibility of schema therapy beneficial.
Sensory integration therapyincludes multiple sensory activities to help children with sensory processing deficits. Sessions can include games and physical activities. Sensory integration therapy is often used with children with autism spectrum disorders, or ASD.
Solution Focused Therapyfocuses on equipping you with problem-solving skills by focusing on the impact of your current decisions on your future. Solution Focused Therapy allows you to become more goal oriented instead of being paralyzed by problems. This therapy is recommended for anyone who has difficulty managing and responding to their problems.
somatic experienceit is designed to alleviate the symptoms of PTSD and other mental and physical manifestations of trauma. Your therapist will work with you to understand how your trauma is affecting you on a physical level. Postural changes, respiratory changes and restlessness can be observed in a Somatic Experience session. Someone who wishes to change the bodily responses that occur as a result of their trauma may appreciate the effects of somatic experience.
force based therapyit focuses on your inner strengths and resources as tools for overcoming failure, pain, and trauma. Your relationship with your therapist is collaborative, open, and non-hierarchical. His community is viewed more as a resource support system than a hindrance.
Structural Therapyemphasizes the importance of structure, boundaries, force dynamics, and alignment to your healing and function. Structural therapy is often recognized as structural family therapy because of its proven success in family counseling applications.
Asupportive psychotherapyThe relationship between you and your therapist is based on a positive alliance that empowers you and increases your self-esteem and self-confidence. Supportive psychotherapy is a gentler approach to unpacking the painful experiences and challenges you may be facing.
the brave wayis a program recently developed by Brené Brown to help you overcome shame, build courage, and accept the power of vulnerability. This is a great focus for anyone who needs to dig deeper to find the barriers that are holding back their current choices, identity, and quality of life.
Trauma Relief Unlimited (TRU)It is a form of art therapy that does not require verbal exchanges. You are encouraged to express your feelings and find a sense of calm through artistic means such as painting, coloring, and drawing. Those with a history of abuse, neglect, or other trauma may benefit from TRU.
trauma therapyit was designed to help you deal with your traumatic experiences. Trauma therapy includes a variety of other therapies that your therapist may find helpful for your specific circumstances.
Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT)It is a more suitable form of therapy for children and adolescents with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), depression and/or anxiety. This approach is cognitive behavior and is aimed at reducing your negative thinking about events.
Trust-Based Relationship Intervention (TBRI)is a model specifically designed to help caregivers of children build confidence and provide support during treatment. This would be a great option for anyone who works with children in a hospital, orphanage or school.
voice dialogueit is designed to increase self-awareness by bringing out the internal dialogues we have. This would be an ideal path for someone who struggles with decision making, identity formation, and is in constant internal conflict.
YogaterapiaIt can be used as a treatment or preventative method to maintain your mental and physical health. Yoga therapy is seen by many as an opportunity for meditation and is often effective in treating depression and anxiety when combined with talk therapy.