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Intercultural Therapy

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What is intercultural therapy?

Intercultural psychotherapy and counselling recognises the importance of:

  • race
  • culture
  • beliefs
  • values
  • attitudes
  • religion
  • language.

Intercultural therapy also takes the external realities of a client's life into account. These could include:

  • poverty
  • refugee status
  • racism
  • sexism
  • physical health and abilities.

Successful intercultural therapy recognises the differences and similarities of various aspects of culture for both the client and therapist. It is also sensitive to the external realities of the client during therapy.

We provide therapy sessions in over 20 languages in an effort to remove barriers, increase access and truly help our clients.

Unit 4 Lysander Mews, Lysander Grove, London N19 3QP
Tel: 020 7263 6947, Fax: 020 7281 3074