Believe in Beeleaf

I chose to study at The Beeleaf Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy. 

I wanted training that would allow me to learn in my way. 

That meant it needed to be experiential, in person, flexible. 

I wanted to study with a school that honoured each trainee for their uniqueness and gifts. 

Above all, I wanted to become the therapist that was within me, not a ‘cookie cutter’ imitation of the same.

I wanted my future clients to know they were sitting in front of an authentic, real human who had skills of course, but ultimately was willing to be real with them. 

So, in my psychotherapy training research, I was drawn to the contemporary approach’s versatility and focus on each client’s unique needs. 

Contemporary psychotherapy emphasises facilitating recovery, growth and healing. It does this in a way that aligns with the most pressing issues facing society and individuals today.

Unlike models locked into theories of causation, contemporary psychotherapy attends to the client’s immediate needs and overall wellbeing – both short and long term. 

The focus is on managing their current situation, achieving stability, and fostering personal development.

Additionally, contemporary psychotherapy adapts to each client’s changing process as they progress through therapy. 

I would be trained in cognitive, linguistic and behavioral modeling techniques to flexibly respond to my client’s distinct experiences and patterns.

The Beeleaf Institute stood out. 

It comprehensively teaches these pragmatic methods that produce real client outcomes. 

Their pluralistic contemporary approach develops versatile, responsive psychotherapists equipped to guide diverse clients through insight and change.

A client-centred model that meets evolving needs.

The Beeleaf Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy is a rare gem full of pearls of wisdom.

I am most grateful.