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Modalities

Treatment modalities

At Insight, we integrate a wide range of effective treatment modalities in order to provide a fully comprehensive treatment programme to our clients. Treatment programmes are tailored to each individual and comprises of (but not limited to) the following:

One-on- one Counselling

Individual or one- on- one therapy is a process through which clients work one-on-one with a trained therapist—in a safe, caring, and confidential environment—to explore their feelings, beliefs, or behaviors, work through challenging or influential memories, identify aspects of their lives that they would like to change, better understand themselves and others, set personal goals, and work toward desired change.

Group Therapy

Clients share experiences with each other during group sessions. This particular therapy develops an understanding of the common thoughts, feelings and actions where clients find similarities and a sense of belonging. It can be quite comforting to realise how other people mirror the exact way you are feeling.

Children and Adolescents

At Insight, we offer our services to both children and adolescents emotional and behavioral struggles through assessment and psychotherapy.We work with both parents and children or adolescents using individual and family counseling.

Integrative Therapy

The term “integrative” has a number of meanings. It refers to the process of integrating the personality: taking disowned, unaware, or unresolved aspects of the self and making them part of a cohesive personality, reducing the use of defense mechanisms that inhibit flexibility in problem solving and relating to people. It also refers to the integration of different therapeutic approaches together that may include psychodynamic, person-centred, behavioural, cognitive, family therapy, and gestalt therapy. Integrative psychotherapy synthesizes these theories together to form one comprehensive model for practice where each provides a partial explanation of behaviour and each is enhanced when selectively integrated with other aspects of the therapist’s approach.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

CBT is an approach that combines both cognitive and behavioural techniques to bring about change. It is based on the view that stressful states like anxiety and depression, are exaggerated and prolonged by a biased way of thinking about the self, others and about the world. Thoughts can become distorted and unhelpful. This worsens how a person feels. They may then behave in a way that maintains their distress. The approach usually focuses on difficulties in the here and now. Once a therapeutic alliance has been formed, clients and therapists work together to identify and understand how their thoughts affect their feelings and behaviors. Therapy involves challenging maladaptive thoughts and beliefs using rational logic and evidence and trying new more functional behaviors to bring about change.

Brief (Solution Focused) Psychotherapy

A type of counselling that is shor-termed focusing on what clients want to achieve through therapy rather than on historical problems that made them seek help. It purposefully activates and focuses conversations on the present and future where The therapist uses respectful curiosity to invite the client to envision their preferred future.