The pluralistic approach is a collaborative, integrative perspective, deeply rooted in humanistic and person-centred values. Its fundamental premise is that each client is unique, and therefore may need different things from therapy.
This interactive workshop provides participants with an opportunity to develop their understanding of working with goals in counselling and psychotherapy, and to develop their skills in this emerging area.
This two-day workshop comprises “Pluralistic Therapy — An Introduction” and “Goals in Therapy” enabling participants to take a deeper dive into the theory and practice of these powerful therapies.
Learn to release physical and emotional tension through the practices of Noticing & Acceptance with counsellor Malachy Dunne and osteopath Lily Cumming. Food and refreshments provided by Good Vibes Café, Falmouth.
One-to-one counselling for anyone experiencing anxiety, depression or other mental unrest.
A bespoke series of therapies for people with addictions. Lifetime offers you support in making a lasting change.
Working therapeutically outside brings us into contact with the natural environment as a healing space.
Couples therapy to support us through the stresses that all relationships can experience.
One-to-one sessions offering you support and healing when you experience a loss or bereavement.
Support for counselling or psychotherapy practitioners to empower you in your professional growth.
Often experienced as stronger than the sum of its parts, a group provides a space where seemingly impossible change can occur.
With clients in Nepal and Mexico as well as London and St Ives, 'anywhere' means just that: our practice recognises no barriers to your growth.