Support & Care
We are professional and dedicated trained practitioners aiming to provide you with the best care. Our approach is focused on understating your need, by helping you come to a decision of best treatment for you. At the time of your need, we aim to make this process quick and easy for you.
How does it work?
Face to Face Therapy: At times having human contact can provide us with a relational dynamic that may only occur via face to face. Again this will be weekly 50 minutes’ sessions. Long term and short term therapy.
Skype/Phone Therapy: Due to the demands of busy lives, we understand how difficult it may be to fit time for ourselves. Convenient to your busy lives we offer a confidential and safe space with regards to your counselling.
Mindful Walking Therapy: Sometimes our mind is not our friend and our busy lives create an atmosphere of common anxiety and stress. So at times one may not feel like talking. Mindful walking takes you on journey of mindful breathing with a therapist along your side, providing a relaxing atmosphere.
- Answer a few questions about yourself and the challenges you’re currently facing.
- Create a private username and password to get access to the system
- Enter payment information. Registration fee taken £50.
- Based on your needs, we’ll match you with a qualified licensed professional psychologist. If you are not satisfied, you can switch at any time.
- Begin the counseling process in any way that you want: face to face, phone, video.
Steps we take.
Based on the chosen form of therapy, your therapist devises a treatment plan and you both keep to that contract. We pride ourselves on working with nine specific issues that may be essential for you…
1) Conflicting or ambivalent feelings or reactions;
2) Maladaptive behaviours (for example addictions, anxiety, violence or depression);
3) Misinformation (irrational/dysfunctional beliefs and attitudes);
4) Missing information (for example emotion regulation issues);
5) Interpersonal pressures and demands (For example, learning to deal or cope with a demanding spouse, needy children, an intrusive boss, unpleasant co-workers);
6) External stressors: (This involves issues like poor living conditions, unsafe environments, and financial pressure);
7) Significant traumatic experiences: Including matters of sexual, physical or emotional abuse, serious injuries or illnesses, and bereavement.
8) Biological dysfunction (medical conditions can masquerade as psychological problems, i.e., hormonal imbalances such as diabetes and thyroid disease).
9) Personality Disorders (for example working on significant character problems sometimes needs to be a central focus of treatment)