Types Of Therapy


Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is proven to help with: anxiety, depression, panic attacks, agoraphobia, post-traumatic stress, obsessions, OCD, low self-esteem, driving anxiety, phobias, eating disorders, health anxiety, insomnia, pain management, chronic fatigue syndrome/ME, stress, chronic worry (GAD), social anxiety/shyness and other unhelpful patterns of thinking and behaving

Schema Therapy

Schema Therapy is an integrative therapy incorporating elements of cognitive behavioural, transactional analysis, psychodynamic and gestalt therapies. It is used to treat more complex and longstanding problems that are not always helped by the “here and now” approach of CBT, enabling clients to understand, and then rework how their early experiences shape their current reactions.

Stress Management

Stress Management Coaching helps individuals to understand why we get stressed. To identify & change patterns of thinking & acting which contribute to stress. Helps to trouble shoot solvable problems, learn to really relax and learn to tolerate stress and anxiety


EMDR is a clinically tested psychological therapy using eye movement, hand taps or sounds to increase the speed of processing of traumatic memories, resulting in the memory being stored in the same way as non-problematic memories and thus ceasing to have a negative impact in the here and now.