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Therapeutic Modalities

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IFS Therapy

The internal family system (IFS) was developed by Dr. Richard Schwartz. IFS is a powerful, evidence-based psychotherapy that postulates that each individual possesses multiple sub-personalities or 'parts' that play a critical role in life. IFS therapy facilitates understanding and harmonizing of these parts to bring balance and healing to an individual's system. 

Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

CBT was developed by Dr. Aaron Beck and is an evidence-based psychotherapy, effective for various mental health conditions. CBT targets faulty thoughts and learned patterns of unhelpful behaviors, thus alleviating psychological distress.   

 Compassionate Inquiry System

Dr. Gabor Maté developed the compassionate inquiry system, which helps in recognizing an individual's unconscious dynamics that dominate their lives. The compassionate inquiry approach "drills down to the core stories people tell themselves" and guides them to let go of those narratives.

Solution-Focused Therapy (SFT)

SFT was developed by Steve de Shazer and Insloo Kim Berg as a short-term therapeutic approach that focuses on seeking solutions through goal-directed and future-focused treatment plans. SFT utilizes positive psychological practices that build hope instead of focusing on problems. 

"The only journey is the journey within."
                                      - Rainer Maria Rilke

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