Therapy we offer
CBT is about the way we think and the way we behave, sometimes these can have a negative effect on how we feel and making changes to these can often make you feel better.
CBT tends to work in the ‘here and now’ which can be different to other talking therapies but it can be very effective in addressing our thoughts and feelings as well as how we look at ourselves, other people and ourselves.
It has been shown to help with a variety of mental health problems and these include:
- Low Self Esteem
- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
- Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
- Health Anxiety
Eye Movement desensitisation reprocessing therapy is a type of therapy that enables you to heal from symptoms and emotional distress that are a result of disturbing life experiences.
When we experience a disturbing or distressing event, the brain has the potential to put blockers in the natural healing process in order to try and protect its self. EMDR allows the breaking down of these blockers and help with the brains healing process.
It has been shown to help with a variety of other mental health problems other that trauma and these include:
- Complicated grief
- Pain relief
- Self esteem and Performance anxiety
A process in which you are guided into a deeply relaxed and receptive state. This state occurs as a result of the therapist talking to the client about relaxation and then about the client’s identified goal of treatment.
This level of relaxation is known as a trance state and it is something we all achieve in our day to day lives, daydreaming is an example of this. In hypnotherapy the trance state is deliberately encouraged to help the client’s subconscious mind receive beneficial suggestions to help them to achieve their desired goal.
Hypnotherapy is a gentle and natural therapy which has been proven effective in treating many psychological problems and is particularly noted for treating Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, (NICE cg26 2005).
Behavioural Activation (BA) is a psychological treatment developed specifically for depression.
The idea behind this form of therapy is that when we become depressed or low in mood we start to isolate ourselves and change normal behaviours that we would engage with on a daily basis.
By the structured re-introduction of these activities it can improve your mood and self esteem.