Jake’s integrative approach implements a wide range of therapeutic models with a person-centred approach that sees you as a ‘whole person’. Jake’s practice has a focus on but is not limited to, Attachment Theory, Trauma, Psychodynamic, Somatic and Integrative Modes of practice.
Jake is only able to take psychotherapy bookings through the Australian Centre for Embodied Practice
Approach to psychotherapy
Jake understands that you are a whole person and using only one psychotherapeutic approach is going to be limiting for you, thus he implements an integrative approach to support change and growth. Jake provides a safe and comfortable environment for you to grow inner resources to fully embrace the challenges of life and strongly believes in each person’s innate capacity to heal, grow, and change.
Why Integrative & Embodied Psychotherapy?
The proliferation of various therapies has caused fragmentation within the field of psychotherapy. The growing number of therapeutic models has led to an increase in contention over the ‘right’ model and ‘right’ theory of practice. Additionally, psychotherapeutic practice is becoming increasingly ensconced with sophisticated diagnostic tools and interventions that constitute a pathologizing and reductive view of the self. What Integrative Psychotherapy offers is a way of thinking, that integrates the many ranging development, biological, psychological and interpersonal aspects of the person. Embodied views of the self offer a theory that understands the systemic, interrelated, holistic complexity that makes up the human organism, whilst giving treatment methods and practices that do not only attend to cognition but also to the sensation, emotion and nervous system.
- Jake is only able to take psychotherapy bookings through the Australian Centre for Embodied Practice. Follow link below.
Jake offers rebated sessions by certain private health insurers and the NDIS.