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. Some of the therapeutic approaches she use are:
Existential therapy
Cognitive behaviour modification
Acceptance commitment therapy
Transactional analysis
Gestalt therapy
Interpersonal therapy
Narrative therapy

Make peace with all that is..
Make peace with all that is..