Marianna provides individual therapy for a range of emotional and psychological issues, including anxiety, low self-esteem, low mood and difficulties with emotional regulation.
Therapy is mostly delivered within a cognitive behavioural framework, with suitable adaptations for autism spectrum presentations. Cognitive-behavioural therapy is an evidence-based approach, with a core principle of enabling individuals to discover and modify aspects of thinking and behavioural patterns to improve emotional well-being.
Involving parents and caregivers as co-therapists can often be very helpful, if not essential, in supporting children and young people to transfer therapeutic gains into their daily lives. Cognitive-behavioural therapy can be also effectively applied via parents, especially when children are younger.