What is therapy?
Therapy is not just for times of crisis but can be beneficial for maintaining good mental health. Just as prevention is better than cure for physical health, therapy can help prevent and address emotional challenges. Whether you're experiencing stress, difficult emotions, or worries that hinder your goals and relationships, therapy offers support and guidance and can help you understand and navigate complex personal issues, as well as to change unhelpful habits and patterns.
Will my therapist be available during crisis?
This is not a crisis service and they will not be able to provide an emergency service to you. If you need urgent help out of therapy times, you will need to contact your GP, crisis help lines (such as NHS Direct on 111, or The Samaritans on 08457909090), or emergency services, such as 999, or can present to A+E asking for a psychiatric review.
What do we actually do?
Meet the team
Our empathic and friendly therapists are all HCPC registered Senior Clinical Psychologists who hold first degrees in Psychology (Bsc Hons), a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (DClinPsy) and additional postgraduate training. They are experts in a wide range of therapies and mental health conditions in a variety of NHS and private healthcare settings.