Offering 7 Different Therapeutic Modalities
TruHap welcomes all the psychologists and final year Master students who would like to make themselves trained and exposed in different therapeutic techniques. Different therapeutic expertise is necessary to handle the wide range of conditions and populations seeking therapy. Having specialisation guarantees that as a therapist, you can give competent and effective assistance to clients while adhering to ethical norms and evidence-based practices.
Multiple therapeutic modalities and approaches we provide include Person-Centered Therapy, Mindfulness-Based Practice, Self Compassion in Practice, Rational Emotive Behavioural Therapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Solution Focused Brief Therapy & Art Therapy. Each modality has its own principles, techniques, and indications for use. Therapists need to be familiar with these modalities to choose the most suitable one for their clients. Being a psychology student or a therapist, exploring yourself on multiple interdisciplinary approaches gives out the opportunity to understand diverse conditions and helps to address the complexities of different conditions effectively. Tailoring your therapy approach based on the client's requirement need this kind of expertise and knowledge. All the therapy modules we guide you in the training are evidence-based therapeutic approaches that continually evolving based on research and scientific evidence. It is essential for therapists to stay updated with the latest developments and evidence-based practices to provide the best possible support for their clients.
--> Person Centered Therapeutic:-
The person-Centered therapeutic approach focuses on the belief that individuals have the capacity for self-awareness, personal growth, and positive change.
--> Mindfulness Based Practice:-
The core concept of mindfulness is to cultivate non-judgmental awareness and focused attention on the present moment, acknowledging thoughts, emotions, and bodily sensations.
--> Self Compassion in Practice:-
Self-compassion is a vital aspect of overall well-being and mental health. It involves treating ourselves with the same kindness, care, and understanding that we would offer to a close friend facing difficulties or challenges.
REBT aims to help individuals identify and change irrational beliefs and thought patterns that lead to negative emotions and self-defeating behaviors.
CBT identifies and challenges negative thought patterns, and develops more positive and realistic ways of thinking, which can lead to healthier emotions and behaviors.
SFBT focuses on exploring and identifying solutions, rather than dwelling on the problems or the causes of those problems. The therapist works with the client to identify and build on their existing strengths to create practical and sustainable solutions to their problems.
--> Art Therapy:-
Art Therapy is a therapeutic intervention that utilizes the creative process of making art to improve a person's physical, mental, and emotional well-being. This includes self-expression, emotional release, exploration and reflection.