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Integrative Counselling

"I believe that a different therapy must be constructed for each person because each has a unique story."

– Irvin D. Yalom

Integrative counselling is rooted in the idea that no single approach can treat each person in all situations. Instead, each person is considered a whole, and counselling is tailored to the person’s needs and circumstances.


As the name suggests, integrative counselling is a progressive form of psychotherapy that combines and brings together different elements of specific therapies best suited to a client’s particular problem. By combining elements drawn from different schools and tailoring the treatment to the individual client, integrative counselling becomes a more flexible and inclusive approach to treatment than more traditional forms of psychotherapy.

When is integrative counselling used?


Integrative counselling can be incorporated into any therapeutic work in individual and group settings. An integrative approach can treat any mental health condition and psychological issue that significantly impacts life satisfaction, such as stress, anxiety, anger, shame, guilt, low mood, low self-esteem, bereavement and loss, and past and current trauma.

What are the benefits of integrative counselling?


In its essence, integrative counselling adapts the treatment to the individual, not the individual to a specific therapeutic approach. Integrative therapy can help you better understand and integrate different aspects of your existence - including body, thoughts, emotions, relationships and spirituality. Instead of looking at your problem from one perspective, integrative counselling can help you to see it from a broader, more comprehensive perspective.

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