Psychotherapy Services

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Providing online therapy through video conferencing or telephone

Remote Individual, Couples, and Family Therapy

      You can choose from  video or telephone therapy sessions and benefit from the convenience, privacy and flexibility of remote therapy. For more benefits of remote therapy read our FAQ’s.

      Individual Therapy

      Individual therapy may also be referred to as: therapy, psychotherapy, psychosocial therapy, talk therapy, and counselling. Individual therapy is a joint journey, a collaborative process between the therapist and the client in therapy. Common goals of psychotherapy can be to inspire change in a person’s life or to improve his/her quality of life. Frequently, the client can seek therapy for help with issues that are difficult to face alone.

      Individual therapy can help the client overcome obstacles to their psychological well-being. It can increase positive feelings, such as self-esteem and self-efficacy. Clients in therapy can learn coping skills for managing difficult situations, building insight to help to them to make positive decisions, and reaching their personal goals. Many find they enjoy the therapeutic journey of becoming more self-aware. Some clients continue ongoing therapy for personal-growth.

      Norcross, J.C. (2011). Psychotherapy relationships that work: Evidence-based responsiveness. New York: Oxford.

      Couples Therapy

      Couples therapy is a type of psychotherapy in which the therapist helps two people involved in a romantic relationship to gain insight into their relationship, resolve conflict and improve relationship satisfaction utilising a variety of therapeutic interventions. All couples therapy tends to involve the following general elements:

      1. A focus on a specific presenting problem (i.e. infidelity, sexual difficulties, communication problems, growing apart, stress surrounding childrearing roles, jealousy).
      2. Active participation on the part of the therapist in focusing on the relationship itself, rather than each individual separately.
      3. Solution-focused, change-oriented interventions early on in therapy.
      4. Treating the more underlying issues as therapy progresses.
      5. A clear establishment of collaborative treatment goals.

      Nielsen, A.C. (2016). A roadmap for couple therapy: integrating systemic, psychodynamic, and behavioral approaches. New York, NY: Routledge.

      Family Therapy

      Family therapy looks to help members of a family understand each other better, resolve conflicts and improve communication. The therapist, encourages family members to explore similarities and differences within their relationships, with the aim of improving collective communication and finding a way forward as a family.

      Family therapy aims to be considerate of every member of the family, and to avoid any members “ganging up” against one another. The therapist may not work with an entire family. They may only work with certain members of the family, but irrespective of who is in the therapy room at the time, a non-judgmental attitude is a cornerstone of the approach.

      Carr, A. (2012). Wiley series in clinical psychology. Family therapy: Concepts, process and practice (3rd ed.). Wiley: Blackwell.

      "I began seeing Kevin whilst I was suffering from a long-term illness and he really helped me to manage the situation that I was in. He uses a range of techniques to help you cope with the current challenges in your life and also helps you to process events which may have been traumatic in the past. He has a kind and non-judgmental approach and is always accommodating to your specific needs." JH

      "Dr Scott helped me to overcome my inner criticism which was really affecting my mood and motivation. He uses a variety of tools from different therapy modalities and bringing a focus on self-compassion has completely changed the way I relate to myself and the events in my life. I now feel confident that I can make it through tough times and be much kinder to myself." EP

      "Dr Scott has been incredible in helping me become a better person. The way he asks questions is fantastic and it made me really understand why I made decisions that I did. I highly recommend working with Kevin." GS

      "I’ve found Kevin to be an amazing therapist. He has a kind, soft-spoken manner and it wasn’t long before I felt comfortable sharing even the most difficult thoughts or memories. As someone who has suffered from low self-esteem and social anxiety for most of my adult life, he has helped me grow into a stronger, more confident person and I am extremely grateful to him.  After a number of false starts with other therapists, I am very happy to have found Dr Scott and can’t recommend him highly enough." CMcG

      "I first reached out to Kevin to help me deal with substance abuse issues. He has helped me with a huge range of issues in my life and has had a huge impact on my wellbeing. He helped me to better understand myself and gave me the tools I needed to be a happier and more in control person. Kevin is incredibly compassionate and professional - I really cannot recommend him enough." TH

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