Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
Acceptance and Commitment therapy (ACT) is a form of CBT based on mindfulness and acceptance combined with commitment and behavioural change. ACT has been tested in clinical trials for depression, anxiety, stress, OCD, psychosis, pain management, eating disorders, self-harm, and coping with cancer. For more information visit the official ACT website.
Energy psychology (EP) is a cognitive therapy that combines mindfulness with mind/body interventions. EP has been shown to be particularly effective with trauma, reducing PTSD to a subclinical level in as few as 6 sessions, and trials have shown effectiveness in anxiety, stress, fibromyalgia, and food cravings. To read more about research into EP visit the ACEP website.
Psychodynamic therapy helps clients to explore how they are in relationships, focusing particularly on how they deal with difficult or challenging emotions and situations. Read more about the efficacy of psychodynamic therapy in an article from the American Psychologist.
Solutions Focused Brief Therapy
Solutions Focussed Brief Therapy (SFBT) is a brief collaborative, practical, goal driven approach that focuses on potential solutions rather than problems. SFBT has been shown to be effective for depression, anxiety, stress, pain, substance abuse. For more information visit the SFBT website.
Mindfulness based approaches have been shown to be effective for depression, anxiety, and for serious mental health issues, such as borderline personality and eating disorders. To read more about research on mindfulness check this website.