Flow Psychology

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

The fundamental message of CBT is that thoughts, feelings and behaviors combine to influence a person’s quality of life. While we cannot control every aspect of the world around us, CBT informs and facilitates the way we can deal with our unique circumstances and challenges. This is achieved by helping the individual identify, address and modify habitual thought patterns that are disrupting one’s behaviour, emotions and daily functioning. The therapeutic process is always collaborative, formulation-driven and typically includes the following:

  • Initial Assessment
  • Personal exploration
  • Psycho-education
  • Goal setting
  • Practice of strategies
  • Self-Monitoring
  • Self-Care regulation

Traditional Cognitive Behavioural Therapy has been augmented by concepts such as mindfulness, acceptance and metacognition. Mindfulness is a large part of these therapies but is not a new concept. In her practice.

The fundamental message of CBT is that thoughts, feelings and behaviors combine to influence a person’s quality of life. While we cannot control every aspect of the world around us, CBT informs and facilitates the way we can deal with our unique circumstances and challenges. This is achieved by helping the individual identify, address and modify habitual thought patterns that are disrupting one’s behaviour, emotions and daily functioning. The therapeutic process is always collaborative, formulation-driven and typically includes the following:

  • Initial Assessment
  • Personal exploration
  • Psycho-education
  • Goal setting
  • Practice of strategies
  • Self-Monitoring
  • Self-Care regulation

Traditional Cognitive Behavioural Therapy has been augmented by concepts such as mindfulness, acceptance and metacognition. Mindfulness is a large part of these therapies but is not a new concept. In her practice, Dr Sreenath incorporates the values and functionality of 3rd wave Cognitive Behavioural approaches such as Compassion Focused Therapy and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy.

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

The fundamental message of CBT is that thoughts, feelings, and behaviors combine to influence a person’s quality of life. While we cannot control every aspect of the world around us, CBT informs and facilitates the way we can deal with our unique circumstances and challenges. This is achieved by helping the individual identify, address and modify habitual thought patterns that are disrupting one’s behaviour, emotions and daily functioning. The therapeutic process is always collaborative, formulation-driven and typically includes the following:
  • Initial Assessment
  • Personal exploration
  • Psycho-education
  • Goal setting
  • Practice of strategies
  • Self-Monitoring
  • Self-Care regulation

Traditional Cognitive Behavioural Therapy has been augmented by concepts such as mindfulness, acceptance and metacognition. Mindfulness is a large part of these therapies but is not a new concept. In her practice, Dr Sreenath incorporates the values and functionality of 3rd wave Cognitive Behavioural approaches such as Compassion Focused Therapy and Acceptance & Commitment Therapy.

As a Counselling Psychologist, I am rooted in Person-Centred practice. The principles of Empathy, Unconditional Positive Regard and Congruence anchors my relationship with clients. Thereon, based on the client’s specific needs, I draw from and apply modalities such ACT and Mindfulness based Therapy to support the Formulation and Intervention process. When necessary, I also return to my knowledge of (1) Attachment Theory (2) EFT (3) Transactional Analysis and (4) Schema Theory. This supports a more well-rounded perspective on the client’s story, the client’s distress and what they need to be move forward. Whilst integrating the knowledge from various modalities, my fundamental priority remains that the client experiences his/her/their therapeutic journey as collaborative, in flow and deeply moving.

Dr. Shilpa Sreenath

Flow Psychology is NOT a crisis/emergency service. As an independently functioning private practice, the clinic is not equipped to deliver In-person or Online intervention for self-harm and suicidal intent. If you feel at risk to yourself or others and require emergency support, please make prompt contact with your GP or phone a crisis helpline.

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