Types of Psychology, Counselling & Coaching Available
What actually is therapy?
At the most fundamental level, therapy is a relational act created by two (or more) people engaged in a conversation that leads to change.
The very latest research suggests that one of the most important aspects of a ‘successful therapy’ is determined by the Therapy Relationship rather than the ‘type’ of therapy itself.
Furthermore, 30% of the outcome of psychotherapy is determined by the client, making it the most significant factor within the whole process.
Here at Tranceform we focus much of our attention on building a therapeutic relationship and helping our clients to develop and utilise their own skills and resources.
We also recognise that people tend to ‘seek-out’ specific types of therapy and also find some methods more useful than others, so we offer a range of approaches all of which are evidence-based with proven track-records.