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Counselling, Integrative Therapy, Coaching, Wellbeing Courses & Workshops

Get in touch by email:
wellbeing-matters@pm.me

Service Provision through Organisations

Here you can find out more about the types of services wellbeing matters provides in organisation settings.

About the services, we deliver through organisations

 Our featured referral team of certified professionals have various skills and experience, which means collectively, as a team, we have an excellent system of support, so that service users can receive a tailored service to suit their individual needs. We can align the most appropriate type of help for the service users accessing our support through organisations.

We are primarily trained in the Humanistic (Person-Centred) approach and are trained in various Integrative approaches. 

The Humanistic aspect focuses on the individual as a whole. It encourages people to think about their feelings and take responsibility for their thoughts and actions. The emphasis is on self-development and achieving your highest potential rather than on problematic behaviour.

Person-centred therapy, Gestalt, transactional analysis and transpersonal therapy are all humanistic approaches. The Integrative approach in a counselling/therapy session considers your mental, physical and emotional needs. Our therapists will use techniques and tools from different modalities to tailor an individual approach for clients and service users. 

 

Our integrative counsellors and coaches aim to build a trusting and non-judgmental relationship that helps people develop self-awareness. When people can understand the causes of their concerns or triggers for their behaviour, they improve their ability to confidently set goals and create new behaviours to improve their satisfaction with life.

We pride ourselves on offering a bespoke service. We can tailor our services to meet your organisational and service users needs, including additional models that provide the structure of a particular service within a contract.

The charts below show the broad categories we work with and some of the different therapy and coaching approaches we currently offer: These will be updated regularly when new skills are added.

 

Holistic Coaching

Coaching can help you develop your personal capabilities, interpersonal skills and capacity to understand and empathise with others. We offer this as a stand-alone service for private sessions and as an integrative approach in our other services. Please get in touch with us to book a friendly 20-minute no-obligation conversation to discuss if this is the right service for you. These sessions last 50 minutes.

 

Counselling and Integrative Therapy

Integrative therapists are trained in a range of approaches and modalities, some are offered as stand-alone therapies, some integrate into sessions. Gestalt, Transactional Analysis, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, HeartMath Resilience and NLP can deepen and enrich sessions. Some provide new skills to manage mood, improve confidence and develop new ways to thrive more in life. Trained Integrative therapists can tailor approaches to suit your individuality and needs.

 

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)

CBT aims to help you change the way you think and what you do.
Rather than looking at past causes, it focuses on current problems and practical solutions to help you feel better now. If we view a situation negatively, we may experience negative emotions and feelings, which lead us to behave in an unhelpful way. Your therapist will help you identify and challenge any negative thinking to deal with situations better and act more positively. CBT can be helpful for depression, anxiety, stress, phobias, obsessions, eating disorders and managing long term conditions.

 

HeartMath Techniques

These Simple techniques create alignment between our brain, heart and feelings, based on over 25 years of scientific research. Monitors can show the connection between the heart and the brain, which can help you reduce stress, find balance, and build resilience. Understanding this communication and its relationship to managing stress increases coherence and deepens our connection to self and others.

 

Emotionally Focused Individual Therapy (EFIT)

Emotionally focused therapy is an approach to working with individuals that helps create and reinforce secure, resilient relationships. Therapists will help you understand your own and others’ emotions, address any insecurities and conflicts, and learn to interact in a more responsive and emotionally connected way.


Neuro-linguistic programming (NLP)

NLP combines cognitive behavioural and humanistic therapies with hypnotherapy. It works on the theory that life experiences, from birth onwards, programme the way you see the world. Practitioners help you to discover how you have learnt to think or feel so that you can take control of your actions. They will also look at your successes, so you can use these to develop further successful skills and behaviours.NLP is generally used as an additional way of working with other types of therapy rather than on its own.


Eye movement desensitisation and reprocessing (EMDR)

EMDR was developed to resolve symptoms resulting from disturbing and traumatic life experiences. It is thought to imitate the psychological state that we enter when in rapid eye movement sleep. Studies show that when in REM sleep we are able to make new associations between things very rapidly. EMDR is designed to tap into this high-speed processing mode that we all have, helping the brain to process the unresolved memories and make them less distressing.


Person-Centred Counselling

Person or client-centred therapy is based on the view that everyone has the capacity and desire for personal growth and change, given the right conditions. Rather than being seen as the expert and directing the therapy, the counsellor offers unconditional positive regard, empathy and congruence to help you come to terms with any negative feelings and to change and develop in your own way.


Gestalt

The name Gestalt is derived from the German for ‘whole’ or ‘pattern’. Therapists can help you to focus on the here and now and your immediate thoughts, feelings and behaviour to better understand how you relate to others and to situations. This can help you find a new, positive perspective on problems and bring about changes in your life. Gestalt therapy often includes acting out scenarios and dream recall and is effective in treating issues such as anxiety, stress, addiction, tension and depression.


Transactional Analysis (TA)

Transactional analysis is a comprehensive approach that incorporates aspects of humanistic, cognitive-behavioural and psychodynamic therapy. It categorises the human personality into three states – Parent, Adult and Child – which can help you understand how you interact with others. Therapists also look at how your beliefs and the way you interpret the world around you can create recurrent and problematic patterns of behaviour and will work with you to help you to change.