Psychological Therapy

Sometimes people need more than coaching skills, psychologists are trained to a doctoral level so that they have a wide knowledge of different challenges and symptoms that people experience. This enables psychologists to help clients develop an understanding of their difficulties, and then work collaboratively using a variety of evidence-based talking therapies. Psychologists are registered with the British Psychological Society and the Health And Care Professions Council in order to regulate their practice and assure standards.

Psychologists are used to working with other professionals including GPs and physiotherapists and can, therefore, work in collaboration with your team for your overall wellbeing if you are taking medication or receiving physical intervention. However, psychologists are also able to work confidentially with clients to maintain your privacy.

Some of the challenges psychologists work with include:

  • - Depression
  • - Anxiety
  • - Stress (work-related & exam)
  • - Phobia
  • - Anger management
  • - Panic
  • - Bereavement & loss
  • - Adjustment to change (personal / professional / physical)
  • - Pain
  • - Unexplained physical symptoms
  • - Parenting
  • - Challenging behaviours
  • - Coping with cognitive strengths and weaknesses including dyslexia and stroke

The interventions psychologists work with integrate biological, psychological, social and environmental features within the lives of their clients. The therapies include:

  • - Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT)
  • - Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) including Values work
  • - Mindfulness
  • - Solution Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT)
  • - Psychodynamic Therapy
  • - Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR)
  • - Counselling
  • - Goal Planning

Contact us now to see how we can work together.