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Do I need Therapy?
Deciding if therapy is for you is a really big decision. Before booking if you’d like to find out more about how therapy works, or just want to see if your concern is a good fit for therapy, we have trained care coordinators happy to answer your questions.

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Family therapy

Family therapy aims to resolve conflict in families. A family therapist will meet everyone in the family together as a group - and sometimes individually too - and try to identify which characteristics are causing conflict, then providing a framework for you to resolve these issues together.

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Interpersonal therapy

Interpersonal therapy focuses on strengthening social skills and relationships. By looking at your communication patterns and the way you relate to others, interpersonal therapy will work towards helping you improve your relationships.

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Integrative therapy

Integrative therapy is based on the belief that everyone is unique and that therapy should be tailored to the individual. Integrative therapy involves the use of multiple different therapy approaches chosen by your therapist according to what they think is best for you.

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Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR)

Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing uses eye movements as a means of coming to terms with painful memories. Moving their finger back and forth, your EMDR therapist will ask you to follow their finger whilst you recount a difficult event, and then move your focus to positive thoughts.

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Group therapy

Group therapy is when one (or more) therapists work with a group of people at the same time. Group therapy involves committing to regular sessions where each person in the group shares their reasons for joining therapy, and then updates everyone on their progress in subsequent sessions.

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Psychosexual therapy

Psychosexual therapy is focused on helping you resolve mental or emotional challenges that are impacting your sex life. Psychosexual therapy sessions can happen both individually or with a partner.

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Couples therapy

Couples therapy seeks to resolve conflict and improve communication in relationships. Providing equal time and understanding to both partners, couples therapy will help you identify issues within your relationship and find ways to resolve them.

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