Psychological Support for Families, Children and Adults

Services for Adults

Psychological Therapy sessions are offered to individuals who would like to develop their own ‘inner treasures’. This may be working on specific mental health difficulties (such as depression, anxiety, relationship problems, Trauma) or on personal development (working on self-awareness, confidence and personal insight). Sessions work under an integrative model which is individualised to each person. Interventions are likely to include Cognitive Behavioural Strategies, Emotional regulation skills and psychodynamic understandings.

A full assessment and history is taken initially including completion of the Personality Assessment Inventory and clinical report from this. Assessment sessions are usually double sessions (1 hour 40 minutes) and usually 2-3 assessment sessions are required. The assessment phase ends with a feedback report which is shared with the client.

Intervention sessions are 50 minutes in length and are usually offered on a once weekly basis although this is individualised and can be offered on a 2, 3 or 4 weekly basis.