Integrative psychotherapy uses several techniques to help you manage or overcome difficult life issues and personal challenges. In safe, one-on-one sessions, the therapist helps you understand how your body, mind, emotions and spirit impact your health, personal fulfillment and relationships.
Research shows that integrative psychotherapy can help people deal with anxiety, depression, relationship struggles, grief and loss, trauma, abuse and chronic illness. Working collaboratively with a licensed psychologist, marriage and family therapist or social worker, you will explore the patterns, traumas and beliefs that block or inhibit your life.
Your therapist will draw from the most appropriate psychotherapy techniques to tailor an approach that best addresses your issues. These techniques might include insight-oriented inquiry, lifestyle changes, expressive arts, guided imagery and EMDR (a technique used to address post-traumatic stress disorder).
Integrative psychotherapy offers an inclusive approach to therapy that considers your physical and cultural influences, as well as your mental and spiritual health. The goal is to promote your personal growth, development and overall well-being.