Covid poses "greatest threat to mental health since the second world war." Learn more about how we're supporting people during this challenging time.
Depression & anxiety group therapy beginning 9th May (morning and evening sessions available). Click here for more information.
Whilst face-to-face sessions are available upon request, most are currently taking place online through our video portal. You can speak with your therapist from anywhere in the world, and you won't be required to install any software. Learn more about our online therapy option.
After the initial consultation, we'll invite you to commit to 3 counselling sessions. Why? Because those who commit to the therapy process benefit the most from therapy.
We've also found that having this provision in place increases the likelihood of our clients seeing the process through to completion. Only then do they experience the relief they're looking for and become the best version of themselves.
After the first 3 sessions, appointments are open-ended, and we'll continue to support you for as long as you need our assistance.
Note: For those struggling financially, we're happy to make allowances and wave this condition.
If you have the same fight over and over again without resolution, it might be time to see a therapist. You can also go see a therapist if you're feeling stuck about how to manage a hard decision together, if you're considering splitting up, or if there's been a significant stressor on the relationship such as unfaithfulness, financial strain, or trauma.
Healthy couples can benefit from couples therapy, too. It's an opportunity to improve your connection and communication. So you shouldn't just go if you're having problems. Our team meets with couples who just want to make their good relationships better and learn new relationship skills.