Therapist Supported

How It Works

step one - sign up

Send your name and email to receive a link to complete a consultation form. The consultation form is to ascertain what you are struggling with and what you would like to achieve, as well as any questions you would like to ask.
If you or I feel you would benefit from other support I can signpost you to the most appropriate service.

step two - book in

Book your sessions by Skype Video call or In Person via the booking and payment page of the website. Appointments are available Monday to Sunday 9.30-2.30pm.

step three - attend sessions

Sessions give you time and space to discuss thoughts, feelings and challenges.
Here you can build understanding and the skills to cope and respond in a more helpful way that meets your needs and goals you want to achieve.

step four - practice the tools

Use the written information, techniques and audios provided following each session to practice the skills.


step five -build the toolkit

Build your toolkit. Plans are made to continue building your toolkit outside of sessions.
There are options to add advanced and specialist sessions to expand on skills and to gain further support.

What Is Included?

Resources

You will receive a PDF manual to download with information and techniques to support each session. 

As well as this, audios are also available to support this information and help develop practical coping skills. 

Formulation

Formulation is based on putting all the ‘puzzle pieces’ together, in order to provide you with an increased understanding of why you feel how you do, taking into consideration a number of important factors. Awareness is a key part of improving coping and wellbeing. 

Support

One aspect of therapy that is so important is the process of being listened to, without judgement, in a confidential space.

Opening up can be hard to do, yet being able to express thoughts and feelings can be very therapeutic in itself. 

Specialist guidance

Use of professional knowledge and experience, can be drawn on in sessions to support individual challenges and circumstances where bespoke advice is needed.

Links

There is an abundance of information out there! It can be difficult to know what to pick out and what is most useful. You can take the difficulty out of this by being shown the most effective resources out there that complement your own individual needs.

Skills

There are no quick fixes. Mental wellbeing is an ongoing process of learning, and building the skills to cope with inevitable difficulties we all can experience in life. The skills learnt will be transferable for use in many situations, not just for now but also for the future. 

Is this right for me?

Do any of the following apply to you?

I am feeling overwhelmed by difficult thoughts and emotions

My difficult thoughts and feelings are taking over my attention

I am struggling to relax during the day / at night

I am avoiding situations

I am struggling with confidence in coping and doubting my decisions

I am finding uncertainty difficult, where I can't control what happens

I am struggling to adjust to changes in role (e.g. parenting, work)

Please note: It is important to consult your GP, and any healthcare professional that you may be consulting with, to ensure that you get all the support that you need and that you know how to access support outside of the sessions. 

The Tools

Essentials

COMPLETE THIS FIRST
£
  •  
  • 4 x 1 hour sessions
  • Resources, manual and audios
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Advanced

FURTHER SKILLS
£
  •  
  • 4 x 1 hour sessions
  • Resources, manual and audios

The Locations

Clinic in Leigh-on-Sea, Essex

Skype Video Call, From Anywhere!

Other Options

Self Led Course

Coming soon..