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Individual Therapy

A key aspect of any therapy is building a strong therapeutic alliance between the therapist and client, which involves trust, mutual understanding, and collaborative determination of therapeutic goals. The therapy approach used in our retreats it aligns closely with Solution-Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT), Humanistic therapy, or the more holistic and integrative therapy models. 

Solution-Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT)

In this form of therapy, the therapist helps clients identify their strengths, resources, and hopes for the future to address current problems. Rather than focusing extensively on the problem itself, SFBT encourages clients to envision the changes they want to make and helps them identify the skills and resources necessary to make those changes.

Humanistic Therapy

This approach focuses on helping individuals explore and understand their own feelings and thoughts to foster self-awareness and self-acceptance. It emphasizes the individual’s inherent capacity for self-determination and growth. Humanistic therapists believe in the importance of understanding each individual’s unique subjective experience and aim to see the world from their clients’ perspective.

Integrative or Holistic Therapy

These therapeutic approaches draw from a variety of therapeutic disciplines, adapting to what the individual needs. An integrative therapist might help the client identify their missing elements, needs, and resources, and use a blend of therapies that could involve cognitive-behavioral strategies, mindfulness, psychodynamic techniques, or other modalities.