We are not here to judge you or tell you what to do.
This a confidential space where you can tell your story and be yourself.
We can help you understand the difficulties you are experiencing and find a path forward so that you can live as you want to.
Some of the concerns we help our clients with:
The EASE short term model was developed to help our clients gain a sense of relief, establish goals and move towards them as quickly as possible.
Feedback shows that over 90% of clients that have been through our process, achieve their goals for therapy within 12 weeks of starting with us.
It is important that we understand what has brought you to therapy. We also need to make sure that we are the service best placed to help. If we are not, we will signpost you to a more appropriate service.
The assessment is also a meeting of two people and it is important that you feel comfortable with your therapist. It is an opportunity for you to ask questions and make sure you want to move forward with us.
Knowing why you have come to therapy will help us work collaboratively to establish goals. These clarify what you want to get from the sessions and helps the work we do together be more helpful.
With your goals at the very heart of our work we use 8 sessions to help you gain self-understanding and make informed choices about how to change the way you engage with the world and yourself.
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We know that therapy is a very personal decision and not everyone’s circumstances are the same. Some clients want to engage in longer term or open-ended approaches. Our team is always here if you want to discuss this option.
We help clients take the time to really look at how they
think and feel. This enables them to get to know beliefs, attitudes and values that they are often unaware of.
By better understanding the responses to difficulties and challenges they face, clients feel less burdened by the world and empowered to notice what is important to them.
We create an environment in our discussions where clients can make informed choices that enable them to take back the power of their own lives.
The final outcome of talking therapies is a sense of being able to be with the ups and downs of life. Recovery is not the absence of difficulty but the presence of the ability to navigate the world of good and difficult experiences.
“My therapy sessions came at such a crucial time… which released me from years of constant frustration and anxiety. I feel very grateful for the help I’ve received. With help I’ve climbed out of a black hole I’ve been in for well over a year.”