We work with CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy) and ACT (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy).
CBT is a structured, active form of therapy which builds on cooperation between client and therapist. Central in CBT is to work with feelings, thoughts and actions. Together we will try to understand your current situation on the basis of previous experiences, but concretely work with behavioural changes in the present. First, we will map the problem together and after that, set goals. Then we will introduce interventions that will help you reach your goals. Work takes place not only during the therapy sessions, but also between our meetings with tasks that we agree on together.
ACT is a further development of CBT which includes major elements of mindfulness. Working with ACT means that we identify what you think is important in life and how you want your life to look like. Then, we work with taking steps in that direction, and with techniques for dealing with difficult thoughts, feelings and physical reactions in a constructive way.
An important element of ACT is acceptance; learning to live with difficulties that cannot be changed. The goal is to be present in the moment, to live in accordance with our own values and to let go of hardships that you cannot do anything about.
Research shows that CBT and ACT is effective for depression, stress, burnout, anxiety, fears, relationship problems, life crises and long-term pain.
We focus on behavioural changes and taking steps towards the goals we set up together with our clients, whether it is private individuals or organizations. We are also working on techniques to handle difficult thoughts, feelings and physical reactions in a constructive way.