During our training to become therapists, we are introduced to different psychology and counselling theories that offer different ways of conceptualizing how a person’s problems develop and how they can be approached. These unique understandings of human experiences and treatment planning are called a therapist’s theoretical orientation. It serves as the basic guiding principle in developing treatment and as well as informing the style of interaction with you. It is a great idea to inquire a therapist about our training, life experience, and the theoretical orientations we employ at work. Consider your own preferences while learning about my orientations to see if my approaches resonate with your objectives and vision of therapy.
Daisy’s therapeutic approach integrates eclectic frameworks of Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy, CBT, Emotionally-Focused, Attachment, Feminist, and Adlerian Therapy.