- Behavioural Therapy; a programme involving a series of exercises that can
help a range of problems from anxiety states or phobias, to sexual problem.
- Cognitive Therapy; this form of treatment examines certain thoughts that
prolong the illness and are proving unhelpful in trying to resolve issues.
Particularly helpful in depression and obsessional states.
- Cognitive Behavioural Therapy; this from of treatment is a mixture of behavioural
techniques and challenging automatic thoughts which can occur in anxiety states
- Cognitive Analytic Therapy; this form of treatment is challenging for patients
but involves substantial improvement in a short time frame. It involves analysis
of repetitive patterns of conduct and determining why they occur. This treatment
is particularly suited to conditions where your normal approach to events
is not producing the desired outcome.
- Supportive Psychotherapy; the shortest of the psychotherapies it is particularly
suited to bereavement, loss and relationship issues.
- Debriefing; following a critical incident vulnerabilities are heightened
and normal function deteriorates. There are a range of techniques which can
speed recovery and help make sense of events.
- Eye-Movement, Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR); a revolutionary
treatment for the aftermath of trauma of all types.
- Relationship Therapy: an eclectic approach which reduces conflict and improve
communication in a relationship. This can be helpful for people experiencing
recurring issues with relationships, couples or families where there are problems.