Ericksonian Therapy, inspired by Milton H. Erickson, emphasises the power of indirect suggestion and storytelling to facilitate change. Therapists use creative and personalised interventions tailored to the client’s unique perspective and experiences. Ericksonian Therapy can be particularly beneficial for individuals who respond well to metaphorical language, creativity, and non-directive approaches. It is often suitable for clients who may be resistant to more traditional, directive forms of therapy and prefer a more collaborative and individualised approach to address issues such as anxiety, trauma, and behavioural challenges.