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Applied Development

 Develop You|Change You

Become the Expert on You

How does it all work?

At Applied Development, I use a number of therapeutic and psychological models.  A model is just a way of representing what we discuss to help us know what is going on. 

The models I use help you to find out who you are and how you work.  They help to provide in-depth explanations about what we've discussed and the conclusions we've reached.  They also clearly identify the goals you're aiming for and how we've planned for you to reach them.

 

I like to provide you with as much information as I can about the work we do together.  Over the years I've found that people like to have the information provided to them in a way that is compact and easy to understand.  I like to give you this information because you can then take it away and refer to it at any point in the future. 

 

I'll give you a lot of it in writing as we go along.  

However, alongside the writing, I also provide visual descriptions of the models we use.  I find that this really helps to get the message across in a way that you can instantly see and remember.  You will find some real-life examples of this below.

My overall goal is to help you learn about you in a way that you can then help yourself.  The best therapeutic work happens when people feel that they have done the work themselves.  That way you don't need to rely on someone else when you feel you need to change something in the future. 

 

After our work together you will have everything you need to make successful changes at any point in your life.

Examples of casenotes

These are anonymised examples of previous casenotes.  Casenotes are provided as a part of your record of any work we do together.  They are presented in a handy file that can be referenced as and when you need to

Example of a response to parent regarding their child's behaviour.

Email responses can be a one-off email or a part of a subscription for longer-term issues. 

Paper submitted for a post-graduate course on child and adolescent mental health.

The paper describes the effect of long-term parental neglect on child and adolescent psychosocial development.

That's because I'll help you to Become the Expert on You today so you can change your tomorrow.

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