We draw from a wide range of psychotherapies, mindfulness practices and body-oriented therapies to create balanced, bespoke, treatments suited to each of our clients’ individual needs. Explore our therapies further here:
Calatonia and Subtle Touch are two gentle psychotherapeutic techniques that facilitate the re-setting of self-regulation mechanisms in the body and take a person from stress into well-being, often inducing a state of profound relaxation.
CBT is used as a treatment method for depression, anxiety, PTSD, OCD, Bi-Polar disorder, eating disorders, body dysmorphic disorder and many other mental and physical health problems.
CFT combines techniques from CBT with modern neuroscience, evolutionary and social psychology and concepts from ancient Buddhist philosophy.
The Comprehensive Resource Model is an innovative and holistic therapeutic approach to help clients re-process and release the effects of traumatic events which they have experienced.
Craniosacral Therapy is a gentle body-oriented treatment that helps to (re-) balance the nervous system and supports your body’s natural ability to restore and heal itself.
EMDR, which stands for Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing, stands alongside Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) in the NICE (National Institute of Clinical Excellence) guidelines as being a treatment of choice for PTSD and other trauma-related presentations.
The Havening Techniques® are powerful therapeutic tools that can be used to treat the consequences of encoded traumatic or stressful memories and can help individuals who are not living life to their full potential.
Based on Compassion Focused Therapy (CFT), the group integrates modern neuroscience with ideas from evolutionary psychology to help people become more self-compassionate and increase their self-awareness and resilience.
Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) is a practice developed from the application of Buddhist meditation techniques in medicine. Initially aimed at reducing the number of relapses in patients with major depression, it is now part of the mainstream of western healthcare.
Schema therapy is a systemic, integrative approach that utilises elements of Gestalt therapy, Object Relations, Psychodrama, Mindfulness, Meditation and recently Yoga, yet is based on an underlying cognitive behavioural framework.
Sensorimotor Psychotherapy (SP) is a deep, body-oriented approach which tunes in to the body’s innate drive to find completion and heal itself below the level of cognition and narrative.
Depth Psychology refers to therapeutic approaches that are open to the exploration of the subtle, unconscious, and transpersonal aspects of human experience. Transpersonal Psychology is over 100 years old.