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Family Therapy

Parent Consultation Service

If you are concerned about your child feeling desperately sad or angry, worried or depressed, it can sometimes be helpful to talk things over with a qualified professional.

Family Support Service

The aim of this service is to provide a calm and non-judgmental setting in which the therapist invites everyone to think about the troubles being experienced by the family. A space is created to consider the client's feelings as well as those of family members so as to help them find more constructive ways of getting along together.

Brief Supportive Psychotherapy

Therapy is provided according to the needs of the child-supporting parents to help them understand the developmental path of their child and to offer programmes which are individually tailored to the needs of the child and family. The aim is to help the child to build a normal developmental path.

Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy

Children and adolescents with a range of mental health problems including severe anxieties, social, emotional, behavioural problems and developmental difficulties are offered psychoanalytic psychotherapy. The parents of children in therapy also receive support alongside children's therapies.

Parent-Infant Psychotherapy

The aim is to help families who might be struggling to find their feet in their relationship with their infant(s) aged 0-12 months. Parents are seen in one-to-one sessions with their baby to talk about their concerns. Reflecting on what the baby is trying to communicate and how the parents would like to respond is the core of the work.

Late Stages of Pregnancy Support

Counselling sessions with the prospective mother enable quick, lasting, positive changes which in turn support the infant's neuropsychological development for a healthy start. This service is sometimes followed by a parent-infant psychotherapy.

The following services are offered for adults in emotional distress:

  • Psychodiagnostic

We provide a detailed state of mind assessment through combining objective and subjective psychological tests alongside interviews. Results are carefully analysed and formulated to devise a treatment plan and help in evaluation of long-term treatments. This approach is invaluable in quantifying the level of treatment needed and in providing objective results which help in identifying the treatment with the highest likelihood of success.

• Brief psychotherapy with adults

In brief psychotherapy the focus is on a specific problem and direct intervention. We are proactive in helping clients to view the present from a wider context and utilise more functional understanding. It is a highly strategic, exploratory and solution-based approach rather than being problem-oriented. There will be less concern with how the problem arose but more attention paid to the current factors sustaining it and preventing change.

...Taking time to listen

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