Although CBT can form the core of some of the therapy we provide, many years of experience has taught us that there are valuable and groundbreaking new therapeutic approaches which will also inform our practice.
New Wave CBT approaches, the central tenet of Compassion and associated Mindfulness, and the acknowledgement of the importance of body sensations in a range of body psychotherapies allows us to tap into the ‘unthought known’.
Dr Charles Hallings-Pott
BA (Hons), MA (Oxon), DClin Psy, CPsychol
We are trained in a variety of these and other therapies including:
The service also offers the opportunity for Personal Development.
It has been said that:
‘Madness does not exist. It is just a way of feeling when we discover that there is a serious discrepancy between what we thought our lives would be, and what they actually are.’
Much of modern psychology borrows extensively from more ancient ways of thinking and being such as Buddhism. ‘New’ emphases are on acceptance, mindfulness, presence, and a connection to a person’s individual concept of the ‘spiritual’ element within them. I believe these can be relevant and useful in our modern world to help us cope with the fast pace of work, relationship and family life.