Psychological Therapy

Psychological Therapy involves working with a trained professional,  and talking about what it is you have been going through. Most of us want somebody to talk to, someone who listens and accepts, especially when we are going through a difficult time. Therapists are trained to listen attentively, without judgment. 

There is extensive evidence supporting the effectiveness of Psychological Therapies in helping people with a wide range of psychological difficulties or emotional distress. Therapy can be hard work, however many people find it very helpful as it offers perspectives we often cannot gain alone, and solutions we did not know were possible. 

 

There are many different types of Psychological Therapy. There are similarities between them; however they differ in their focus.  Different therapies have been found to be more effective than others in treating certain problems.  

 


Psychological Therapies Provided

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

Schema-focused Therapy

Cognitive Analytic Therapy

Psychodynamic Psychotherapy

Mindfulness


Psychological Difficulties Treated

Depression

Stress

Life Adjustment / Loss

Anxiety

Phobias

Trauma

Addiction

Eating Disorders

Obesity / Compulsive Overeating

Relationship Difficulties

Interpersonal Problems

Diversity Related Issues