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A clinical psychologist providing counselling and therapy for the treatment of anxiety, phobia and other mental health issues

Psychological Treatment Service

We provide a comprehensive psychological treatment service for adolescents aged 15+ and adults who are experiencing such difficulties as: Psychological treatment (also known as 'talking therapy') involves you talking with a clinical psychologist who is trained to help you. A psychologist will attempt to resolve your issues using various strategies such as helping you identify and change unhelpful thoughts and behaviour and improve your coping skills.

All of our services are carried out by a qualified and highly experienced, clinical psychologist. Our staff have a commitment to providing a high quality service and are dedicated to the well-being of our clients.

Please see our frequently asked questions to learn more about our services, including our fees, what to expect in your first session and how long does treatment continue.

Psychological Treatment Methods

We specialise in providing evidenced-based treatment methods, such as Cognitive-Behavior Therapy (CBT) and others as listed below. These treatment methods are widely accepted around the world, have been extensively researched and have shown to be effective in many clinical trials. The treatment method(s) and approach that we use, varies for each individual. It depends upon the presenting issue, other problems present including depression or substance use, whether the person has previously attended treatment and their response to therapy.

Anxiety?  We can help with our counselling and treatment

Anxiety Explained

Anxiety is a normal emotion and can be helpful. Sometimes, however, it can interfere with functioning and stop us from engaging in life activities that bring meaning.

The most common symptoms of Anxiety are: There are a range of anxiety disorders:
Mental health comprised of lifestyle, fitness, exercise and happiness

Other Anxiety Related Disorders Explained

Other conditions which are characterised by intense anxiety:
A woman with an eating disorder such as anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa or binge eating

Eating Disorders Explained

Eating disorders are characterised by obsessive thoughts about food and body weight. Many people who have an eating disorder also suffer from depression and/or anxiety.

An eating disorder is a serious mental health illness, it is not a lifestyle choice, a 'diet gone wrong' nor an attempt to get attention. People with an eating disorder may have a 'healthy' weight and appearance, however that doesn't mean their issue is any less serious. The mortality rate of people experiencing eating disorders is higher than any other mental illness.

There are a number of common eating disorders: