Who we are

Psychological Wellbeing Practitioners (PWPs)

Our staff are trained to deliver support for depression and various anxiety disorders and are often your first port of call. PWPs use guided self-help to teach you the skills you need to make positive changes to your behaviour or thinking in order to feel better. Research has shown these skills to be extremely helpful in improving low mood, anxiety, panic and stress and they can be used again in the future.

PWPs are there to support you while you get to grips with the new skills and will guide you through your recovery process.

Psychological Therapists

We have counsellors and therapist who are trained in different types of talking therapies. Whatever our approach, listening to you is the core of what we do. We work to help you understand yourself better and live a more satisfying life.

We often work with people who have had very difficult childhood experiences or trauma. We work with people who need to understand traumatic events from any stage in their lives. We also work with people having difficulty with relationships, loss, and adjusting to situations.

We are trained to help you understand and process your past, improve your present and take positive steps towards your future.

We can offer treatment in both group and individual settings.

Cognitive Behavioural Therapists

We have qualified therapists in CBT, or Cognitive Behaviour Therapy which is a talking therapy. It has been shown to be an effective way of treating a number of different mental health problems. In addition to depression, we can also help you with a range of anxiety difficulties such as: obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) and panic.

We can help you think about a situation and how this affects the way you act and feel.  It is a collaborative technique which involves challenging unhelpful thinking patterns and devising behavioural experiments and homework assignments to reduce emotional distress.

We can offer treatment in both group and individual settings.