Therapeutic Intervention

One of the most challenging areas for any kind of therapeutic intervention can be to allow those in crisis to find a way to observe from a third position rather than being submerged in the emotional turmoil that very challenging situations can bring. 

One of the many benefits of the techniques that we use is in the ability to physically facilitate this position for those in crisis through placing them outside of moments in their own lives, as observers. 

Working from a position informed by our own external clinical supervision, we are able to use devising techniques to view and explore the dynamics of the situation.