The Delphi Institute’s therapists work with a number of different approaches

because we believe that methods should be adapted to clients rather than the other way round.

Several of our methods

can be used in combination with other approaches. For example, Psychodynamic Psychotherapy can be combined effectively with Hypnotherapy and Body Therapy. Cognitive Psychotherapy, for example, can be combined with Mindfulness, Lifespan Integration and other approaches.


Methods of Delphi Institute

Body Psychotherapy

Body Psychotherapy is where we rediscover the inner child’s relaxed domains and integrate our child self with our
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Theory Coaching is about helping people to transform and expand their vision, values, talents and possibilities. Coaching liberates
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Cognitive Psychotherapy

Cognitive psychotherapy is often described as a joint undertaking between therapist and client that aims to investigate the internal
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Dance Therapy

Dance Therapy is a method based on finding the body’s spontaneous expression, and allowing these to develop into a
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EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing), is a psychotherapeutic method that can help you reduce the effects of experiences
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Holotropic Breathwork

Holotropic Breathwork,(HB),is a bodily psychotherapy developed by Stanislav and Christina Grof.HB has developed sincethe end of the 1970s and
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Hypnotherapy has its roots back in antiquity when temple hypnosis was used in various healing contexts. Paintings depict hypnosis
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Mindfulness has its origins in Zen Buddhism and is independent of ideology, religion and value systems. The treatment trains
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