Claire Mitchell, Integrative Psychotherapist
EAIP, EAP, UKCP
The aim of integrative psychotherapy is to encourage a therapeutic relationship that enables a patient to learn how patterns of negative behaviour have manifested over time. It also identifies how these patterns result in interruptions in their contact with life, others around them and themselves. Many people may be able to benefit from this service including those with stress, anxiety, depression, bereavement or loss, addiction, life changing events and difficulties at work or at home.
Claire is accredited with the UK Council for Psychotherapy, the European Association of Psychotherapy and the European Association of Integrative Psychotherapy. My training uses many aspects of different psychotherapeutic models: humanist, relational, behavioural, psychodynamic, existential, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, and Gestalt.