- Anxiety (including health and relationship anxiety)
- Stress (including work-place stress)
- Low Self-Esteem
- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
- Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (Trauma related symptoms)
- Past Abuse
- Emotional Regulation
- Relationship or Interpersonal Difficulties
- Problems with Sleep
- Behavioural Difficulties
- Grief and Loss
- Difficulties related to control (over-control/loss of control)
We are continually developing our repertoire of skills and have worked which a range of presentations so please contact us to discuss your enquiry and see if it is something we are able to help with.
During the first session we aim to get to know you and understand the reasons why you have sought out therapy. We will ask you questions about your current difficulties and the impact this is having on your life right now. We may also ask about your history, relationships and any significant experiences (positive and negative). Asking these questions will enable us to assess and recommend the most appropriate treatment approach for you.
From assessment your Clinical Psychologist will get to know you and together we will develop a psychological understanding of your difficulties. Improving the understanding that you develop can in itself be beneficial. At this point I will recommend a therapeutic approach and propose and plan for intervention for you to consider.
We emphasise the importance of therapeutic respect and boundaries and ensure therapy is a safe space where you can confidentially discuss your concerns.
Please note we are not a crisis service. If you feel you are in crisis we encourage you to contact your local crisis team, attend A&E or call 111 (999 for immediate response).
The following are other helpful services if you feel you need urgent mental health support:
Samaritans Phone: 116 123 (available 24/7)
Text ‘SHOUT’ to 85258 (available 24/7)