Cognitive Behaviour Therapy
Cognitive Behaviour Therapy is evidence based which means that it has been clinically proven to work. Research has shown Cognitive Behaviour Therapy to be highly effective and is the treatment of choice for a number of mental health problems as indicated in the government guidelines (NICE guidelines).
Bulimia and Binge Eating Disorder
Work Related Stress
Cognitive Analytic Therapy
An effective therapy suited to a range of difficulties such as depression, anxiety, work stress and relationship problems.
Make positive changes
Psychodynamic therapy is a psychological treatment that can help people with emotional and relationship difficulties. This therapy is helpful for:
Mindfulness refers to bringing awareness to the present moment, and paying attention non-judgementally to your thoughts, emotions, behaviours and physical sensations, which in turn reduces distress while enriching your life
Calm your mind
Calm strong emotions
Let go of negative thinking
Acceptance & Commitment Therapy
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy is a third wave behavioural therapy that uses acceptance skills, mindfulness and commitment to behaviour change to develop psychological flexibility and helps clarify and direct values-guided behaviour
Work place stress
Trauma and PTSD