• The Four Main Principles of Contextual Therapy

    Contextual therapy is based on four main principles: 1. People are products of their environment. Contextual therapists believe that people are products of their environment. This means that the way we interact with the world around us shapes who we are and how we view ourselves. Our family, friends, community, […]

  • The Three Main Goals of Contextual Therapy

    Contextual therapists have three main goals: 1. To help people understand the impact of their environment on their lives. Contextual therapists work with their clients to help them understand how their environment affects their lives. This includes looking at both the immediate environment, such as the client’s family and friends […]

  • Context Matters

    Benefits of Contextual Psychotherapy

    By addressing the underlying relational dynamics that contribute to presented problems, contextual psychotherapy can help individuals develop more effective coping skills, improve their relationships, and achieve greater well-being.

  • Contextual Psychotherapy

    Contextual psychotherapy is a therapeutic approach that emphasizes the importance of understanding individuals in the context of their relationships and family systems.