Progressive Therapy

What is Progressive Therapy?

Our Progressive Therapy approach is designed for individuals, couples, and families who are likely to require 11 – 20 sessions to manage and overcome heavy mental health or relationship challenges due to recent or long-term events.

If you are experiencing mental distress due to long-term abuse or trauma, or have recently experienced a catastrophic event, then Progressive Therapy might be the right option for you.

Intermind Employs These Therapy Models for Progressive Therapy.

Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT)

ACT guides you to embrace your thoughts and feelings rather than fighting against them. Through mindful action and clarifying your values, it supports you in building a rich and meaningful life while handling painful experiences.

Chairwork Psychotherapy

Chairwork allows you to engage with different aspects of yourself or with others in a structured manner. Using chairs to represent different perspectives or voices, it facilitates deeper self-exploration, and helps you to resolve internal conflicts and develop a healthy self-view..

Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT)

CBT empowers you to address negative thought patterns, helping you to develop more balanced and positive ways of thinking. CBT helps you learn practical skills to manage anxiety, depression, and other challenges, fostering a healthier mindset.

Emotion-Focused Therapy (EFT)

EFT encourages you to embrace and understand your emotional experiences. Through exploring emotional states in therapy, EFT empowers you to create a healthy relationship with your emotions, leading to greater well-being and resolved inner conflicts.

Gestalt Therapy

Gestalt therapy invites you to foster self-awareness by focusing on your present experiences and perceptions. It encourages holistic healing by integrating fragmented parts of self, facilitating personal growth and helping you to respond to life situations more authentically and spontaneously.

Interpersonal Psychotherapy (IPT)

IPT addresses relationship issues. Through dialogue and role play, it helps you improve your interpersonal communication and relationship building skills. In doing so, it increases your sense of belonging while reducing depressive symptoms.

Positive Psychology (PP)

Positive psychology empowers you to leverage your strengths and virtues to foster a fulfilling life. By focusing on interventions that promote positive emotions and well-being, PP helps you find meaning and purpose.

Schema Therapy

Schema Therapy helps you identify and change deep-seated patterns or “schemas” that govern your life. By understanding these, you can break free from self-defeating habits, fostering healthier relationships with yourself and others, and navigating life with renewed insight and balance.

Solution-Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT)

SFBT encourages you to envisage the future you desire and identify the steps to achieve it. Focusing on solutions rather than problems, it helps you leverage your existing strengths and resources, fostering swift and sustainable change

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ): Progressive Therapy

Yes, we use psychotherapy models that feature a very large base of evidence attesting to their clinical effectiveness. You can see that evidence here.

Progressive Therapy could be right for you if any of the following apply:

  • You have experienced long-term mental distress, relationships issues, or trauma
  • You are currently experiencing significant mental health or relationship challenges
  • You prefer to invest in psychotherapy over the long term

There are no risks associated with choosing Progressive Therapy.

Yes, Progressive Therapy is available to every client: individuals, couples, and families.

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