Let us show you how psychology can help you
Psychology is part of all human experience, intertwined in everything you do, think and feel. A lot of the time we manage to get through the good and bad times, using our own internal resources and support from those around us. From time to time however, we all need that extra bit of help, were somebody trained and experienced in an aspect of psychological science and talking therapy, whether that be a clinical psychologist, a psychotherapist or a counsellor, to help us process our experiences and move forward with our lives.
Click here if you would like to read about how clinical psychology differs from counselling and other types of therapists.
Research shows that central to any therapeutic process, regardless of treatment approach, is working through your problems with an experienced professional who provides you with a containing and accepting space to be YOUR true and authentic self. This research in addition to Dr Abercrombie's wealth of clinical experience directs the values inherent in Let's Talk Online Psychology Service.
Dr Abercrombie is trained in a range of different psychological therapies and applying them to many different psychological experiences (see here). She is passionate about using this knowledge to find out which approach combination of approaches will work best for YOU.
‘To provide a containing, confidential therapeutic space, where clients feel safe and secure; enabling them to share their experiences at a pace that feels comfortable to them. Working closely with our clients to provide a tailored treatment plan to help them find their way in life, through all its twists and turns, developing the self-awareness and coping skills to continue their journey of personal growth, becoming more grounded and content’
Psychology can be used in a variety of ways to treat a range of mental health and emotional difficulties. At Let's Talk Online we deliver a range of services including:
Face-to-face/online/telephone psychological therapy.
Clinical supervision to support counsellors and therapists.
Online seminars covering a range of mental health and self-care topics
Consultation to organisations providing mental health related services