Working collaboratively is key to pluralistic practice: we will explore and and come to a shared understanding of where you are now, and then jointly consider ways to that you might move forward, drawing from many methods and approaches to suit your needs and preferences. We might identify goals you want to aim for and tasks that will help you reach those goals, drawing on a variety of methods to suit you and doing some creative problem solving along the way. There might be activities or techniques that you have heard about and would like to try, and I will offer a choice of suggestions for you to consider. I will explain anything that is new or unfamiliar, so that you are always in a position to choose. We will also identify your strengths and resources and see what else might help as you work to meet your goals. And we will review progress regularly in an open, honest and productive partnership of equals.
All of these aspects form part of pluralistic practice, an approach that very much puts you and your preferences at the centre of all our decisions.