. Also, I would use the Gestalt therapy. It is a client-centred approach to psychotherapy that helps clients focus on the present and understand what is really happening in their lives right now, rather than what they may perceive to be happening based on past experience. Instead of simply talking about past situations, clients are encouraged to experience them, perhaps through re-enactment. Through the gestalt process, clients learn to become more aware of how their own negative thought patterns and behaviours are blocking true self-awareness and making them unhappy. This therapy can help clients with issues such as anxiety, depression, self-esteem, relationship difficulties, and even physical ones like migraine headaches, ulcerative colitis, and back spasms. Good candidates for Gestalt Therapy are those who are interested in working on their self-awareness but may or may not understand the role they play in their own unhappiness and discomfort. I love this therapy as it helps clients relinquish pent up anger or issues they have had towards an individual over a period of time.