Working with adults
We have experience of working with a spectrum of life challenges, from people who are finding it challenging to manage day-to-day life to those who have more ongoing difficulties. We work with:
Individuals & Couples
We recognise that when you come to see us it will have been after some careful thought. Understandably, many people feel worried about talking to someone they don’t know. We will aim to put you at ease by providing an empathic, independent, non-judgemental space to talk about your problems.
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.
Approaches we use:
- Acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT)
- Cognitive and behavioural therapies
- Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT)
- Cognitive therapy
- Couples counselling
- Person-centred therapy
- Solution focused brief therapy
- Psychoanalytical and psychodynamic
- Psychodynamic therapy
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. Some of the mental health difficulties we have experience of working with are listed below.
Difficulties you may be experiencing:
- Low self-esteem
- Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD)
- Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
- Work-related stress
- Anger management
- Child related issues
- Chronic fatigue syndrome/ME
- Domestic violence
- Eating disorders
- Pregnancy and birth
- Relationship issues
If you don’t see the kind of difficulty you’re experiencing here, don’t worry. There are plenty of other difficulties that we are experienced in supporting people. Please do get in touch with us and we can talk through the ways in which we might be able to help.