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Outcome-Oriented  Psychotherapy

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Image of Counsellor Nicola Griffiths at the Live Life Happy Therapy office, located on the border between Derbyshire and Staffordshire

Outcome - Oriented Psychotherapy

Outcome - Oriented Psychotherapy predominantly incorporates techniques from Neuro-Linguistic Psychotherapy and Hypno -Psychotherapy, while also integrating methods from other modalities such as Gestalt therapy, Person-Centred therapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), and Transactional Analysis.


Outcome-Oriented Psychotherapy facilitates a deeper understanding of a client's personal experiences, delving into the intricate layers of their emotions, thoughts,

physical sensations, actions, fears, and aspirations. This approach introduces clients to various techniques aimed at fostering a state of relaxation and self-empowerment. It particularly focuses on modifying harmful behavioural patterns, paving the way for the emergence of new, effective choices.


At its core, Outcome-Oriented Psychotherapy is about building a meaningful relationship between the client and therapist, as well as strengthening the client's connection with their own inner workings. This collaborative process creates a secure and nurturing environment, aligning the conscious and unconscious mind, which in turn enhances the client's self-sufficiency, interpersonal relationships, and ability to steer their life in a direction they find fulfilling.


Outcome-Oriented Psychotherapy, unlike other therapies, is goal-oriented. Goals are achieved through goal setting, addressing unresolved emotional wounds, healing from trauma-induced responses, altering negative behaviours, and discovering new perspectives. This enables clients to navigate their experiences with increased autonomy, adaptability, and insight.

Fueled by my commitment to assisting clients explore their issues more in-depth, I am continually enhancing my skills as a therapist. Since March 2023, I've been working towards UKCP accreditation as an Outcome-Oriented Trainee Psychotherapist, with completion expected by May 2025.

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