We offer a range of Therapy Services including Counselling and Supervision, face-to-face and online.
For adults aged 18+ in which a trained therapist will sit with you in a safe and confidential environment to support you to explore your thoughts and feelings in relation to a specific concern or overall emotional health. The therapist will support you to make the changes that you feel are right in your life to improve your emotional health.
For individuals under the age of 18 in which a trained therapist willl support the young person to explore any concerns that are impacting their emotional health. The therapist provides a safe and boundaried environment for the young person to express any difficulties they are having and ways in which they learn to help themselves with these, through emotional expression and regulation.
For two people in a relationship in which a trained therapist works with the couple to resolve difficulties within their relationship by talking through specific issues, exploring larger relationship breakdowns, and rebuilding communication. The therapist creates a space free of judgement where both individuals can speak freely to work on resolving concerns and move the relationship forward in a way that works for both parties.
For all members of a family unit to work with a trained therapist to explore their intimate relationships to help members understand each other better, change negative behaviours, and resolve conflict. To ultimately nurture change and development within the family.
When a student or trained counsellor/pscychotherapist uses a clinical supervisor to review the way they work with their clients. Supervision is a requirement by the professional counselling bodies, for all practicing therapists, to work in a safe and ethical way to keep their skills up to standard.
When students or trained counsellors/psychotherapists or health care professionals come together, facilitated by a clinical supervisor, to use the group setting to reflect on safe and ethical practices within their working roles.
Using art to help process trauma and or life concerns as an assist to talking therapy.
Working with those who use various substances including; alcohol, drugs, sex, porn, gambling, food, shopping, work and much more. Supporting individuals and families at various points in their recovery journey.
Supporting individuals or families to process the loss of a loved one, either at the initial point of loss or at any point of grieving.
Using various tools to assist the talking therapy process including (but not limited to); blocks, sand tray, clay work, art processes and doll houses.
Supporting individuals to process various forms of trauma including; child abuse, sexual assault, theft, assault, murder, neglect, domestic violence, PTSD, death, war, emotional abuse, family separation and much more. Providing a safe space to confront this together.
All the benefits of talking therapy, but outside in the open space. For those who may feel the confines of a therapy room overwhelming. Using nature to support the healing done within the therapeutic relationship.