Integrative therapy

We understand how challenging it can be to live with depression, anxiety or chronic stress, and how these conditions can impact your day-to-day life. It may seem like nobody fully understands or the problem is too large to be solved with therapy. However, integrative therapy draws on a variety of therapeutic methodologies to create an individualised treatment plan for each individual. This holistic approach selects techniques from different therapeutic orientations that are best suited to your particular situation or problem.

You may also be facing more than one condition or stressor, and certain mental health conditions can worsen underlying issues. For example you may wish to receive treatment for depression in addition to bereavement or for anxiety in addition to low self esteem or trauma. The integrative approach is person-centred, meaning it focuses on you rather than the therapist, for you are the expert on yourself. This approach aims to help you reach your full potential.

Here at Addcounsel, we take a whole-person approach to treatment. Fully personalised treatment plans and luxury, private care ensures treatment is done in a safe environment, free from external stress. Our multi-pronged approach to treatment means that we support all aspects of your health – mental, physical, and emotional – on your road to healing and recovery. We don’t believe in a one-size-fits-all method, and our highly skilled team works with you to design a specific treatment plan for your needs. Our integrative therapists will adapt and integrate different techniques depending on your individual goals.

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How Integrative therapy Works

Integrative therapy draws upon a wide range of approaches including psychodynamic, cognitive, and behavioural techniques.

Some of the different types of therapy in an integrative therapy plan may draw upon, depending on the situation and the problem, include:

  • Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) is a talking therapy that helps you better understand yourself and recognise negative thought patterns and behaviours that contribute to your condition or have a negative effect on your wellbeing. During sessions, a therapist will work with you to overcome these negative thoughts and behaviours through a variety of tools and resources.
  • Psychoanalytic therapy incorporates psychoanalytic techniques to help you bring your subconscious into your conscious mind. This can help you understand some of the unconscious forces – such as memories and experiences – and motivations that affect your behaviour and decision making.
  • Humanistic therapy focuses on helping people achieve their full potential through a holistic approach that focuses on free will, responsibility, and self-discovery. Therapists will help you develop a strong and healthy sense of self and focus on your strengths.
  • Mindfulness is becoming increasingly popular for a range of mental health issues. It involves learning to focus on the present moment rather than concerning yourself with the past or over-thinking the future. It aims to help you avoid being overly reactive or overwhelmed and learn to act from a place of presence and awareness.

By drawing on a wide range of therapeutic approaches, integrative therapy helps patients and therapists find the best set of tools to address the complexity of your issue.

How Can Integrative therapy Help You?

Integrative therapy can help with a range of short and long-term issues, including anxiety, relationships, depression, trauma, stress, addiction, bereavement, and low self-esteem.
Due to the fact that integrative therapy makes use of multiple approaches and methodologies, the treatment plan can adapt over time based on any experiences or changes that surface during treatment. It gives you a safe, flexible and judgement-free space to explore your thoughts and feelings, guided and supported by a highly skilled therapist.
Through integrative therapy you will learn techniques and approaches to deal with both large issues and day-to-day problems you may face. This is done by first building an awareness of the memories or experiences that shape and influence your own behaviour and conditions, then work on acceptance and understanding of the past and present. The therapist will then support you through the process of creating change. This may be done by helping you re-frame certain beliefs or thought processes and providing coping skills and techniques such as mindfulness.
At Addcounsel, we want to help take you towards the best possible version of yourself and believe a holistic approach, drawing on multiple techniques and methodologies, is the best way to do this.

Our integrative person-focused therapists place great value on your needs and expectations and understand the importance of your involvement in the treatment process. You will become an active participant in your own healing.

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Whatever issues are negatively impacting your day-to-day life and overall well being, you don’t need to deal with them alone. We understand just how difficult it can be to take the first step towards seeking treatment with a person you do not know and how overwhelming it may feel to be so vulnerable. However at Addcousel, our leading therapists are expertly trained and ensure your comfort and personal needs are prioritised.

Addcounsel is a luxurious clinic that understands the need for privacy and discretion. We will ensure you get the help you need in a safe and compassionate environment. Our luxury, discrete facilities and ‘one client at a time’ methodology provide the ideal environment to feel comfortable and at peace while working towards long-term mental wellbeing.

Contact us today at +44 (0)203 709 3968 or email us at for an in-depth look at treatment and what you can expect in the admissions process.

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