You may have been experiencing mental health issues for a long time, or you may have found yourself struggling more recently. You’d like to make a change, whether it’s big or small, but you need help and support to take the next step and understand your difficulties.
Lots of people think that therapy is a last resort for when things get really bad. But we’re here to support you, no matter what situation you are in. Even if what you’re struggling with seems trivial, we can help.
How we can help
We recognise that when you come to see us it will have been after some careful thought. Understandably, you might feel worried about talking to someone they don’t know. We aim to put you at ease by providing an empathic, independent, non-judgemental space to talk about your problems.
We are committed to first understanding the difficulties you are experiencing and then working together to identify goals and the most appropriate and helpful way to reach those.
Therapies we offer:
- Acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT)
- Cognitive and behavioural therapies
- Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT)
- Cognitive therapy
- Couples counselling
- Person-centred therapy
- Solution focused brief therapy
Clinical Psychology training equips practitioners to work from a range of approaches. This means that we are able to work with you to determine which approach might suit you best. We also have the knowledge, skills and experience to know which approach is most well evidenced for the difficulties you are experiencing. We will work alongside you to support and empower you to tackle your difficulties.
To book an initial assessment or to talk through how we can help, get in touch via email or telephone. Check out our Get in Touch page for all the details to reach us.