Our most commonly used psychological therapies

The psychological therapies we use are evidenced-based, helping you to monitor and recognise your progress alongside a clinicians advice and guidance.

They are recommended by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) and championed by our experienced clinicians over many years.

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy: Identifying and breaking out of unhelpful thinking and behaviour patterns which can cause problems such as anxiety, depression and stress.

Cognitive Analytical Therapy (CAT): Discovering the root cause of your symptoms and moving forward, through the careful analysis of past experiences.

Schema Therapy: A longer-term therapy to help people who do not respond to traditional Cognitive Behavioural Therapy – or who have had relapses/recurring problems.

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Therapy (EMDR): An integrative psychotherapy approach that has proven effective for the treatment of trauma.

Compassion Focused Therapy: Helping people develop compassion for themselves, to reduce anxiety, depression, anger, stress, rumination, feat of failure and body shame.

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy: Learning to understand and accept difficult life events, and committing to change self-defeating behaviour to have a better life.

Mindfulness: Relieving emotional distress by learning to focus on the present moment – rather than dwelling on the past or ruminating about the future.

Dialectical Behaviour Therapy Skills: Including distress tolerance, emotion regulation and interpersonal effectiveness.