How Can I Help You?

Psychological Therapy

Jen is Clinical Psychologist, professionally trained by a British Psychological Society accredited postgraduate university course. She utilises a variety of psychological therapies in her clinical practice:

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)

We examine the role of your thoughts (cognitions) on your unwanted emotions and behaviour. In becoming more aware of your thinking patterns, we can begin to evaluate which are more and less helpful and begin to replace the less helpful ones with thoughts that are empowering and move you forwards towards positive change.

Psychodynamic therapy

A psychodynamic approach deems the relationship between the psychologist and the client to be an opportunity to observe the ways in which the clients relates to people in their life - both positive and negative. The way we interact with others is formed through our earliest relationships, which may have served us well in the past, but which may now be outdated. Gaining awareness of how you interact with others and your emotional response to events in your life can help you better deal with distress and the stresses of life.

Solution Focussed Therapy

Rather than focussing on your difficulty, we look at the exceptions to the problem: the times in which life is a little better, or the problem isn't affecting you quite so much. By focussing on what is different about these experiences, you can begin to become aware of what factors in life are contributing to the problem and it's resolution, and therefore increase your implementation of appropriate and empowering solutions.

Narrative Therapy

We each have our own unique 'narrative', or life story, of who we are and how we exist in the world. When there is something in our life we want to change, it can be helpful to externalise this and begin to think about the different strands of an alternative narrative. What would the person embodying this new narrative say, how would they behave, who would they choose to spend their time with, how would they use their time? By imagining this future desired you, you can begin to move yourself closer to this reality.

Systemic Therapy

Systemic therapy focuses on the client in relation to those in their system e.g. their networks of family, friendships, work colleagues etc. Difficulties in life are deemed to be an expression of a difficulty located in the system, rather than the individual. By making changes to how the individual relates to those in their system, they can begin to instigate positive change in their life.

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