We don't believe in a 'one size fits all' approach to treatment, so we offer a range of treatment types.
Child psychotherapy helps children and young people to make sense of sad, angry, painful or confusing feelings and thoughts.
Child psychotherapy is a way to help and support children to share their feelings.
Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) is a talking therapy that looks at the way our thoughts and feelings affect the way we behave.
Couples therapy, also called relationship counselling, can help when a relationship is in crisis (after an affair, for example).
Dynamic interpersonal therapy (DIT) can help people with emotional and relationship problems.
Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) is a type of therapy used to treat the symptoms of trauma.
The aim of family therapy is to find ways for family members to help each other.
Family therapy is a way to help and support families to share their feelings.
Group therapy is a useful way for people who share a common problem to get support and advice from each other.
Mentalisation-based therapy (MBT) is a type of long-term psychotherapy. Mentalisation is the ability to think about thinking.
Psychoanalytic psychotherapy is a talking therapy based on saying whatever is going through your mind.
A programme for adoptive families who have recently joined together
We work with parents who have a concern about their child and want to better understand what their child’s difficulties are about.