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Types of Therapy

I am currently offering online zoom sessions for adults and face to face sessions for children aged 4-18. The sessions are based at Tong Business hall, which is situated perfectly in between Leeds and Bradford. 

Within the room ,whether it be online or face to face, I work integratively and relationally, whereby, I integrate a range of methods to suit the needs of my clients with our relationship laying at the heart of my practice.

Talking Therapy (Face-to-face and online)

Within the therapy room, my role is to sit with and hold my clients as they explore their emotions. I integrate a range of methods to suit the needs of each client, whilst sometimes introducing creative techniques where appropriate. 

Talking through what is going on in your life can help you to unpick your difficulties and gain self acceptance, perspective and clarity on your situations.

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Play/Creative Therapy

Play and creative therapy techniques can be extremely beneficial for those who find it difficult to verbalise their inner world. For children, this type of therapy allows the child to explore the room through play and metaphor. These methods can help to stimulate the brain and encourage children to facilitate the exploration of their emotions. Creative therapy is also useful in aiding young people and adults into. exploring their deeper emotions. 

You do not have to be 'creative' for this type of therapy to work, but I recognise that it is not for everyone. 

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Walk and Talk Therapy

Walk and Talk therapy is an alternative to working together in a traditional therapy room. It is perfect for the those clients who struggle with restlessness or are uncomfortable making eye contact. These sessions will be spent walking through a chosen nature spot and will be directed by you, at your own pace. Walking can improve both physical and mental health, and particularly reduce stress and anxiety levels. 

[Price will vary due to time travel, and we will discuss the location during your enquiry call]

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