I work essentially with the integrative model, as I believe that integrating the essence of the many different approaches can be very helpful indeed.
We can learn, for instance, how to change in accordance with what we know about ourselves as human beings- and being human.
We can learn how not to give ourselves a hard or difficult time, as we try and deal with everyday pressures. This means instead we spend that time on learning to meet our needs more effectively and work towards achieving our goals more easily, effectively and enjoyably, and gain true strength within ourselves. Along with this, learning to be more in the moment (mindfulness) can be part of this way of learning to enjoy life. Even everyday chores can become more enjoyable, for instance! By being more in the moment we can actually reflect on our past in a way which can be more beneficial so as to make the future be more fruitful, and the present more comfortable. This can be enhanced more-so by listening and noticing what our body is saying to us (Sensorimotor Psychotherapy).
It can be also helpful to be able to learn some connections with your past experiences (e.g. psycho-dynamic model). However, there is much research that care is needed so that talking about the same experiences does not mean that it becomes more entrenched. What is helpful is to learn how to move on from your experiences by learning, for example, how to think more constructively (cognitive model).
Sometimes wondering whether life has meaning; the difficulties of feeling isolated; that it can be difficult to make choices, and about the limits of life and how to appreciate these (existential model). These can be explored if you wish to and discussed so as to learn how to live life more meaningfully and enjoyably.
EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing) can be helpful also for some people with elements of Trauma which are getting in the way of enjoying life. Sensormotor Psychotherapy also can help with Trauma.