Building collaborative & positive relationships with our clients
Exploring and building understanding into your life, feelings, emotions and behaviours.
Free initial consultations within 24 hours
Psychotherapy at Home Counties
Tailored to your specific needs, challenges & circumstances
We value creating an atmosphere of support and trust where clients are able to share feelings without fear of judgement. All of our therapists approaches are integrative, meaning that we recognise each individual will have specific challenges and circumstances in their life that contribute to the reasons they have sought help and the therapeutic approach will be tailored accordingly.
We value creating an atmosphere of support and trust
Clients are able to share feelings without fear of judgement.
Diverse & flexible approaches helps us get the best results for our clients needs
In depth talking therapy
Psychodynamic therapy helps people to build insight into their lives and understand present-day problems and to explore patterns that have developed over time. Within this process therapists review important life factors with the client in therapy including looking at emotions, thoughts early-life experiences and core beliefs. Recognising these recurring patterns can help people see how they reduce distress or develop healthy coping strategies. This awareness may allow them to begin changing those patterns and gain more confidence and control in their life.
Psychodynamic therapy helps to treat depression, anxiety, eating disorders and addiction.
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
Goal orientated approach to improve mental health
CBT is a short-term goal orientated therapy, which takes a practical approach to problem solving. This therapy helps clients to change patterns of behaviour and thinking and improve emotion regulation. During therapy clients will discuss what aspects of thinking and behaviour they would like to change, and our therapists will assist them in building personal coping strategies to help manage these areas. Thoughts, beliefs and attitudes will be explored and look at how these effect your emotions and behaviours. Evidenced based strategies are used to help clients overcome the problems they face.
CBT can treat a range of mental health conditions including depression, anxiety, and PTSD.
Free yourself from negative patterns & behaviours
Schema therapy is an integrative approach that looks beyond the surface. Schemas are unhelpful patterns that develop in early years when emotional needs are not meet. Clients will be guided through the process of understanding these emotional needs and unhelpful patterns to address problematic behaviours and coping strategies. This therapeutic approach aims to break these patterns and help clients meet their emotional needs in a safe and healthy way.
Schema therapy is an effective treatment for those with depression, eating disorders, personality disorders and other mental health conditions.
Focused on self development & growth
Humanistic therapy focuses on the client and their nature. Therapy will help explore your own behaviour with an emphasis on building on positive traits. Therapy will assist you to find wisdom, growth and healing. The humanistic approach is present focused, understanding how you feel in the here and now rather than being focused on the past and the events that led up to the clients current circumstances. Humanistic therapy helps to treat depression, anxiety, personality disorders and relationship issues.
Dialectical Behavioural Therapy
Mindfulness based therapy focused on life skills
Dialectical Behavioural Therapy offers a combination of group and one to one therapy. The DBT group work is focused on skills training. There are four modules comprising of Core Mindfulness Skills, Interpersonal Effectiveness, Emotion Regulation and Distress Tolerance. This treatment helps to build emotional resilience and helps to establish safe and healthy coping mechanisms. DBT is an effective treatment for a range of mental health conditions, personality disorders, trauma, depression, and anxiety.