THERAPIES

Live Life Psychology offer a range of different approaches to therapy to suit everyone.

HYPNOTHERAPY

Hypnotherapy is guided hypnosis or a trance-like state, similar to being absorbed in a book, movie, or music. It is used to treat a range of issues including anxiety, phobias, substance use including tobacco and bad habits.

Attachment-focused Therapy

Attachment focussed therapy seeks to strengthen our personal relationships. It’s done by understanding our attachment styles and history, current impact and involvement in our relationships. Working through attachment ruptures and learning healthy attachments can help change how we relate to others and bring about healing and growth.

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) is a mindfulness-based psychological therapy focusing on acceptance of discomfort and commitment to what matters in your life. ACT provides psychological skills to manage unpleasant internal experiences (thoughts and feelings) by reducing their influence.

SCHEMA THERAPY

Schemas are our important beliefs and feelings about oneself and the involvement which we accept without question. We develop our schemas early on in life which can endure negative patterns of behaviour and thinking that can be elaborated throughout our lives. We view the world through our developed schemas. Schema Therapy looks at a deeper and more permanent cognitive structure of patterns of behaviour. It involves a number of experiential approaches, working with aspects of our personality to achieve lasting change on a deeper level.

Cognitive Behaviour Therapy

All of us experience anxiety and fear in different situations. However, when anxiety and fear becomes persistent, distressing and interferes with everyday functioning, this may indicate an anxiety disorder. There are a number of anxiety disorders including Panic Disorder, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Generalised Anxiety Disorder, Phobias and Social Anxiety. Symptoms can include physical symptoms – trembling, sweating, increased heart rate, changes in breathing, reduced concentration, feeling faint and nausea; as well as excessive worries and avoidance (people, places, talking or thinking about whatever brings about panic and anxiety). Anxiety is very treatable and the treatment plan depends on what is your concern.

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LIVE LIFE PSYCHOLOGY

 

livelifepsychology@gmail.com

9578 5522 or 0458 418 503