Counselling & Psychotherapy
These are ‘talk therapies’ which work on different levels to aid your emotional health and wellbeing.
This involves diverse ways of working with clients of all ages, including sand, images, music, objects, etc. which assist psychological healing and growth.
Child & Adolescent Psychotherapy
Specially trained and qualified therapists provide developmental psychotherapy to work with young people (age 6 -18) who have emotional or behavioural difficulties and psychosocial challenges.
The art therapist provides various art media such as paint, clay, collage and other materials to help people of all ages to express and explore their emotions, develop insight and make sense of difficult life experiences.
EMDR is a psychotherapy that enables people to heal from the symptoms and emotional distress which are the result of disturbing life experiences that have been stored as traumatic memories.
Relationship counselling, sometimes called couples therapy, helps couples of all types to explore communication , and to recognise, and resolve conflicts in an effort to improve their relationships and interactions.
Supervision enables Counsellors and/or Psychotherapists discuss their work in confidence with an accredited supervisor, to ensure the on-going efficacy of the client work.
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy helps people identify and change destructive or disturbing thought patterns which are having a negative influence on their emotions and behaviours.
Physical & Holistic Therapies
We recognise and encourage the connection between body and mind, offering a range of therapies to support individuals through different life stages and challenges.
Clinical psychologists provide a variety of services including assessment, therapy, and consultation. Their work is focused on how people think, feel, and behave and the impact this has on them and on their relationships with others.