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What We Offer

The service offers a number of different therapies to help support you with your emotional wellbeing.

The treatment you receive and how this will be delivered will be decided in your assessment with us and will be with a trained therapist. There may be therapy tasks to do at home prior to your next session which will be agreed between you and your therapist.

Treatment is delivered in a variety of ways, offering a range of remote treatment delivery methods which are evidenced to produce positive results;

  • Digital online
  • Telephone
  • Webcam – online face to face
  • Face to face (restricted availability)

Support we offer:

CBT based Guided Self-Help:
Guided self-help – This helps people with mild to moderate common mental health problems and can be delivered via:

  • Online
  • Workshops
  • Telephone
  • Face to face

Guided self-help typically happens over 6 sessions of 30 minutes; the appointments are usually once every other week. You will be taught different tips, tools and techniques to help with your symptoms which you will need to practice between the sessions.

The following treatments usually require weekly sessions lasting approximately 50 minutes:

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) Psychotherapy:

This is short term therapy for moderate to severe depression and anxiety which looks at the interactions between our thoughts, feelings and behaviours. CBT looks at ways to develop skills to build greater flexibility in our thinking to enable us to start to change what we do and manage our emotions in a positive way. The therapy you will receive will be with a trained therapist. There will be work to do at home in between the sessions relating to your therapy which will be agreed between you and your therapist.

Eye Movement Desensitisation Reprocessing (EMDR):
Many people can experience traumatic events in their life, for some these events can continue to cause distress and have a negative impact on mood, thoughts, behaviours and quality of life. EMDR is an evidenced based therapy which enables the brain to process memories and reduces distress.

General Counselling:
This is a short term treatment to help you overcome distressing life problems in a supportive, safe environment. At your appointment, you’ll be encouraged to talk about your feelings with a trained therapist who’ll listen and support you without judging or criticising. The therapist can help you gain a better understanding of your feelings and thought processes and help you to find your own solutions to problems, but they won’t usually give advice or tell you what to do.

Counselling for Depression CfD:
It is easy to be overly critical of ourselves, feeling we are worthless and being left with unresolved feelings from difficult relationships which can make us feel low and depressed.

CfD aims to help people get in touch with the feelings underlying their depression, to express these, make sense of them and develop new ways of looking at themselves and the world around them.

Interpersonal Psychological Therapy (IPT):
IPT is a structured therapy and aims to reduce symptoms of depression and improve the quality of relationships; it looks at ways relationships can contribute to psychological stress.

Employment Advisory Service
We have dedicated Employment Advisors who work within our team to offer you tailored, individualised support to compliment your therapy. They can assist with a variety of employment difficulties which may be related to your emotional wellbeing difficulties such as unemployment, stress at work or fear of redundancy.

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