Therapy styles

At your assessment we will ask you about what you feel you want to change in your life and what experiences you may have already had of therapy. We do this to try and find the style of therapy that will suit your needs best.

CBT (cognitive behavioural therapy) is a structured form of therapy which aims to link thoughts, feelings and behaviours. By doing this we may be able to change our behaviour and have greater control over the effects of our emotions.

Relational therapy has a number of different forms. In each, it uses the relationship between you and your therapist to help you explore problems and seek alternative perspectives. It can also provide a safe environment to talk about past trauma and personal issues.

Integrative therapy is often used by therapists who want to combine the benefits of both the relational and CBT styles of therapy. Depending on your aims and the way in which you are comfortable working, you and your therapist can decide which style of therapy will best suit you.

Art and creativity – At Maybe we have an art studio space that allows therapists to use art and creativity to complement therapeutic work with clients if they would find that helpful.

Inside the Studio

We are also able to offer therapeutic art groups that offer a safe space for people to be creative whilst offering each other support.