I work individually and with groups using cognitive behaviour therapy, schema focussed therapy and dialectical behaviour therapy. Training in, and working with colleagues using different therapeutic methods, has enriched what can be brought into the therapy. I am fully conscious that committing to counselling can be a daunting prospect to most people.
I have experience of working with both children and adults and with mild, moderate and severe mental health problems. At times I may concentrate mainly on listening to you, while at others I may invite further elaboration or share my thoughts about what you have told me.
People can begin to feel more at home in their own lives by working through past trauma and gaining awareness of their choices in the present.
I will listen carefully and work with you to explore and unpick, not just your current symptoms but also the roots of these issues. This will make participation possible for one or more people who otherwise would not be able to join our transformational work in the world.
As my clients reflect on their lives and experiences they can often sense that their current struggles have been present for some time but cannot pin point when they all started. My private practice includes working with individuals and groups and I also offer supervision.
My main therapeutic approach is Schema Therapy, which focuses on understanding the link between early life experiences and the development of recurring difficulties, and improving ways of getting core emotional needs met in daily life.
I draw inspiration from Eastern and Western philosophy in tackling questions such as who we are and what it means to be human and value creativity and the arts as vehicles of expression and furthering of feeling and understanding. I am confident and experienced in delivering specialist psychoanalytic psychotherapy assessment and treatment to young people with complex needs, severe disturbance, distress and co-morbidity.
I am equally interested in our common humanity and inter-connectedness especially regarding the big questions in life that we all face. I work in the areas of depression, anxiety, obsessive compulsive disorder, body dysmorphic disorder, bipolar disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder and complex trauma, low self esteem and self identity difficulties, domestic violence, psychosis, suicidal and self harming behaviours and with those who have a diagnosis of personality disorder.
I offer both short and long term therapy for those experiencing a variety of concerns including anxiety, depression, bereavement, relationship difficulties, trauma and eating disorders. However I have also had training in both Systemic and CBT approaches and I do draw on some or all of these approaches to help individual clients with issues such as anxiety, panic attacks, OCD, obsessive thoughts and family relationship problems.
John Dixon - 25 October Read more feedback These include depression, anxiety relationship problems, post traumatic stress disorder following sexual abuse, loss and bereavement and low-self-esteem amongst other problems.
Ian currently maintains well established private psychotherapy practices in Brighton and London where he sees adults for individual psychotherapy and continues to base part of his practice at The Brighton Therapy Centre.
After developing an interest as an undergraduate in the work of the radical psychiatrist RD Laing and his approach to understanding and treating mental illness Ian went on to complete a therapy training with the Philadelphia Association, the charity Laing established in I offer therapeutic interventions to address a range of areas that include depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, self-image difficulties and complex trauma.
I also hold a post-graduate certificate in CBT techniques and approaches and have worked for the IAPT initiative delivering CBT based treatments for people with mild to moderate anxiety and depression and can incorporate this into my work.
At the heart of psychodynamic psychotherapy is the idea that the way we relate to ourselves and others is often at the core of our difficulties.
Observation of other individual sessions is also part of the course. Roberto Assagioli, a Jewish-Italian psychiatrist A psychoanalytic approach works to understand current difficulties affecting your life. In fact, I pioneered psychosynthesis as an academic methodology to explore the unconscious and, indeed, more specifically to explore the soul.
I have also worked as a trainer and manager, in a wide range of social care, clinical and multi-agency settings. My experience has been gained in a variety of settings with adults and young people.A complete directory of Hakomi Institute Practitioners.
ARIZONA: Ori Zimmels, C.H.P. E. Camino Alberca Tucson, AZ, Ian is a psychoanalytic psychotherapist with over 20 years experience in a variety of settings including the NHS, charity and private sectors. UK Complementary Therapy - Find a therapist or natural therapy clinic in England, Wales or Scotland Complementary therapy is a therapy used in conjunction with conventional medical treatment, and sometimes as an alternative medicine.
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Essentials of Psychosynthesis 'Essentials' is designed as an introduction to the vision, models and methods of Psychosynthesis. It provides basic tools and techniques that can be applied on both personal and professional levels.
The course is a blend of experiential and theoretical work and offers seminars and reading material. The Essentials of Psychosynthesis (An address given at the Allan Memorial Institute of Psychiatry Montreal, Canada, March 30th ) Graham C.