Are you experiencing one or more of the difficulties listed below?
If you are then we can help support you, using our evidence-based therapies. If you are unsure
what you are experiencing, please get in touch and we will explore your current difficulties with you and discuss if we are the right place to provide your support.
Our Psychological Therapies can support people who are experiencing:
Depression is a condition characterised by low mood. It can affect our ability to do everyday things, feel pleasure or take interest in activities.
Panic attacks are a sudden intense periods of anxiety, where we experience bodily sensations and we interpret these symptoms as an immediate sign of danger e.g. we are going to faint, die, stop
breathing, choke, have a heart attack.
Phobias involve an overwhelming fear of an object, place, situation, feeling or animal. When we have a phobia we may try to avoid what we are afraid of, or employ safety strategies if we are
unable to avoid.
Low self esteem involves self critical thoughts which reduces our confidence in ourselves. Low self esteem often involves feelings of anxiety and depression.
Stress is a feeling of being under too much pressure. Being under pressure leaves us feeling overwhelmed and believing we are unable to cope with the pressures upon us.
Anger is known as an umberella emotion, meaning we can actively see and recognise anger (the top of the umberella). Often underlying anger (underneath the umberella) is a number of emotions, which
may include anxiety, depression, shame, guilt.
Chronic pain exists within the body. Our body connects with our mind and therefore it is common to experience emotional distress, including depression and anxiety. It is important to address
distress as emotional distress can worsen chronic pain symptoms.
Difficulty getting to sleep, difficulties returning to sleep upon waking and recurrent nightmares. Sleep problems can have a significant impact upon life.
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