According to Lynne Woolfson, psychotherapy is not easily described – it varies depending on the personalities of the client, and the particular problems one presents with. She has worked extensively with children, adolescents, and adults. She tends to be a pragmatic, eclectic and a holistic therapist. She thinks that the relationship between therapist and client is more important than the modality used. She uses whatever modality feels right for the client and presenting problem. She believes that her own intuitive feelings help guide the process and encourages her clients to tap into their intuition too.Some of the therapeutic approaches she use are: Psychodynamic
Cognitive behaviour modification
Acceptance commitment therapy
The aim is , to get her clients to feel good again.
Lynne has experience in successfully treating
Grief and loss
Crisis in meaning
Work related stress
Borderline personality disorder
Self esteem issues
She works from her private practice in Caulfield Melbourne. Her spoodle Lucy eagerly greets her clients at the front door, offering some pet therapy too.
She loves burning candles and sage, so the therapy room has an interesting smell.