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  • The power of ‘talk therapy’

    If you are struggling with depression, anxiety, an eating disorder or any other psychological disturbance, you are not alone – one in four British adults experiences at least one diagnosable mental health problem in any year1. The UK Government has recently acknowledged both the size of the problem and that ‘talk therapy’ is a highly effective form of treatment2. Talking with a skilled practitioner with expertise in listening, reflection and constructive feedback can help move people through situations that may, at the outset, appear impossible to resolve.

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    1. The Office for National Statistics Psychiatric Morbidity Report, 2001. 2. Department of Health’s Mental Health Strategy, February 2011.

    Conditions we treat


    Addiction

    Addiction


    Anger management

    Anger management


    Anxiety/stress/panic

    Anxiety/stress/panic


    Bereavement

    Bereavement


    Codependence

    Codependence


    Depression

    Depression


    Eating disorders

    Eating disorders


    PTSD/Childhood trauma

    PTSD/childhood trauma


    Relationship difficulties

    Relationship difficulties


    Sexual difficulties

    Sexual difficulties


    Other

    Other emotional difficulties


    Other

    Work-related issues