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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.

 

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Dance & Movement Therapy Workshop at Recovery Zone

Join Recovery Zone’s Dance & Movement Therapy workshop! In this workshop, through the techniques of the Expressive Relational Dance Movement Therapy (DMT-ER), we create a space in which we communicate with each other through the movement of our body. This will be an opportunity for us to do a broader and deeper level of communication ...

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Art Therapy Programs at Recovery Zone

Join Recovery Zone’s various Art Therapy programs! We offer the following: Individual Sessions¬†(Online or Face-to-Face) This service is usually face to face with only the client, the therapist and of course the artwork. It is focused solely on the client to creatively express, reflect and explore thoughts, emotions, relationships and difficulties in the safety of ...

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