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‘I need a treatment’

You need to be assessed by your GP first and come with a referral letter. We will need your permission to regularly contact your GP, especially if you are also on psychotropic medication.

Our lead clinician will assess you, recommend a treatment plan and allocate you to a treatment therapist.

Sadly we do not have the appropriate team and medical capacity to treat people who are: actively suicidal, experiencing psychotic symptoms, chronic eating disorders and addiction issues.

Once you have a referral, fill in our Online contact form or call us …

 

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Treatments

Means-tested treatment? Donation based fees?

You need to give us evidence of income support to access free treatment.  We still encourage all our free-treatment clients to make a donation, even if it is £1 every session to feel actively invested and committed to your treatment.

Those on low income we recommend a minimum donation of £5 each session, you are of course welcome to donate more when you can.

ALL donations go towards keeping this service open to as many people as possible.

 

We are passionate about treatment development by training our therapists in the latest technologies in effective psychotherapy.

Our academic trustees contribute to research and development of effective treatments in the fields of contextual behavioural science, global mental health and Occupational Psychology.

Our therapists are able to treat a wide variety of problems using the latest cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) skills, which consists of proven psychological techniques as stated in the government National Institute for Clinical Excellence (NICE) guidelines.

We combine cutting edge forms of behavioural therapies such as Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Functional Analytic Psychotherapy (FAP) along with mindfulness to enable you to become your own therapist, to effectively treat a problem.

FAP treatment uses the secure base of an intense and compassionate therapeutic relationship to foster client growth. The therapist is always exquisitely sensitive to clients’ behaviour and compassionately shapes the client towards pursuing their life-values. This approach is grounded in precise behavioral science that focuses on in-session behaviors to create effective behavioral change. This interpersonal approach supercharges all other treatments and is recommended for clients with patterns of relationship issues.

The tenets of FAP are ‘Awareness, Courage and therapeutic Love’. It is an intense curative experience which empowers the client to courageously step into their own life with more harmony and build deeper interpersonal connections.

For more information see: http://functionalanalyticpsychotherapy.com

This is the latest development of psychological therapy which recognizes that the more we fight a problem, the worse it gets. Rather than focusing on our symptoms, it treats the core of the issue, which is usually the non-acceptance of our pain. When we reject our pain and focus all our energy on getting rid of it, we lose sight of how we want to live well.

Acceptance and commitment therapy is all about what we do in life. It is about accepting our pain and committing to activities that are in line with what we value in order to live a meaningful life.

The treatment involves:

  • Teaching you psychological skills to deal with your painful thoughts and feelings effectively – in such a way that they have much less impact and influence over you. (These are known as mindfulness skills.)
  • Helping you to clarify what is truly important and meaningful to you  – i.e. your values – then use that knowledge to guide, inspire and motivate you to change your life for the better.

For more information see: http://contextualscience.org/act_for_the_public

CBT is a clinically and research proven breakthrough in mental health care. Behaviour therapy helps you weaken and break the connections between stress-inducing situations and your habitual reactions to them; reactions such as fear, depression or rage, and self-defeating or self-damaging behaviour.

It also teaches you how to calm your mind and body, so you can feel better, think more clearly, and make better decisions.

Cognitive therapy teaches you how certain thinking patterns are causing your symptoms – by giving you a distorted picture of what’s going on in your life, and making you feel anxious, depressed or angry for no good reason, or provoking you into self-destructive or sabotaging actions.

When combined into CBT, behaviour therapy and cognitive therapy provide you with very powerful tools for stopping your symptoms and getting your life on a more satisfying track.