Psychological Treatment

After your assessment is completed, the psychologist will use this information to design a plan of treatment. This may involve some or all of the following:

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  • Suggestions for self-help resources, such as books;
  • Sign-posting for psycho-educational courses that may be of benefit to you;
  • Attending therapy sessions with one of our Clinical Psychologists.

As you will be likely to spend a lot of time, money and energy on therapy, it is important to us that you get the best package of care that we can offer you.

In certain cases, we may recommend that a client seeks help through the NHS, as it may be that a more comprehensive package of care is required than we are able to provide independently.


Depending on the type of difficulty that you have, and the formulation developed after your assessment, the psychologist will advise you which type of therapy will be most appropriate for you. This takes into account your personality and your opinion of what you think may help.

The range of therapies offered include:

  • Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT);
  • Schema Therapy / Schema Focused Therapy;
  • Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR);
  • Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT);
  • Solution-Focused Therapy;
  • Narrative Therapy.

The psychologist may integrate different aspects from these therapeutic approaches to best suit your needs. Our aim is to develop a plan for psychological treatment that is tailor-made for you, your personality and your needs.