With You Every Step of the Way
You may choose to have a one-off assessment session or a short series of sessions to create a psychological understanding of your difficulties. or you may choose to undertake a longer course of psychological therapy sessions.
We do not offer a crisis service. If you need urgent mental health support please contact your GP, call 111 or The Samaritans on the freephone number 116123.
We offer assessment and psychological therapy for the following -
Anxiety problems including phobias, health anxiety, social anxiety, generalised anxiety disorder, agoraphobia and Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
Trauma, including symptoms of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) following traumatic events or loss in adult life or neglect/abuse in childhood
Low Self Esteem
We offer the following therapies:
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
Compassion Focussed Therapy (CFT)
Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR)
Schema Therapy (SFT)
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)
Dialectical Behaviour Therapy informed work (DBT)
The therapies we offer are all evidence based and many are listed in the National Institute for Health and Care excellence (NICE) guidelines for mental health difficulties. We will help to find the right approach for you which could involve using elements of different therapies.
Clinical Supervision and Training
We provide tailored clinical supervision for psychologists, counsellors and other health professionals. An initial consultation will be provided to discuss your individual needs or the needs of your organisation.
Rachael: Rachael’s supervision experience to date includes: Supervising Counsellors and Mental Health Advisors at the University of Winchester, supervising Trainee Clinical Psychologists within the NHS and supervising Clinical Psychologists and Counsellors working in private practice. She draws upon the following models: ACT, CBT, DBT, EMDR, SFT and CFT but is not accredited as a supervisor in these models. Rachael is also keen to think about bringing body work into therapy and can also consider this in supervision.
Sarah: Sarah is an experienced clinical supervisor. She draws on her experience within the NHS and private sector of supervising Trainee Psychologists and Therapists, social workers, mental health nurses and medical professionals. She provides supervision that aims to be a reflective and nurturing space and draws on her knowledge of a range of therapeutic modalities.
Helen: Helen supervises Trainee Clinical Psychologists and Apprentice Clinical Associate Psychologists in her NHS role. She draws upon CBT, EMDR, DBT and CFT in her supervision.
We can design and deliver bespoke training packages to suit the needs of individuals and organisations, large and small. Please contact us to arrange an initial consultation to discuss your training needs and goals.
There is now increasing evidence for the therapeutic benefits of yoga to promote health and alleviate psychological symptoms.
Yoga skills can help with motivation, calming the nervous system, emotion regulation, and tackling trauma symptoms. It can also help to develop awareness, a connection to your ‘wise mind’ and to your values.
This is a holistic approach, recognising the importance of supporting physical and mental well-being.
Restorative and dynamic yoga can be as a stand-alone approach to your well-being or incorporated within psychological therapy tailored to your needs. Workshops and retreats incorporating Yoga and Psychology are also available.
£110 per 50 minute assessment session
£110 per hour for a 50 minute session or £165 for a 1.5 hour session.