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What kind of problems do you work with?

Our therapists are trained in the treatment of many psychological and emotional problems such as eating disorders, relationship problems, addictions, obsessive compulsive disorders, low self-esteem, the legacy of childhood deprivation, specialist help for boarding school survivors, and physical, sexual or emotional abuse.

What kind of approach is best for me?

Some of our therapists offer the practical approach of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) for the relief of symptoms of anxiety and depression. Others work within the deep and lasting approaches of Counselling and Relational, Psychodynamic-, Psychosynthesis- or Psychoanalytic-Psychotherapy. These address the underlying causes and influences that create the symptoms of depression and anxiety making possible more profound changes in feelings, thoughts and behaviour.

How do I know whether a therapist is to be trusted?

The registration of counsellors and psychotherapists is immensely important, not least, for the safety of the public. At present they are registered through a variety of professional organisations including

The wide range of different organisations is confusing for the general public. The UK government is in discussion to try to simplify the number of registrations.

It is important to make sure that any practitioner you go to see is registered with a professional body. This assures you that they are accountable for their work and that they are properly supervised.