Therapies offered


Humanistic therapies focus on self-development, growth and responsibilities.


They seek to help individuals recognise their strengths, creativity and choice in the 'here and now'. 

We are humans .


Interpersonal therapy primarily focuses on the way our relationships affect us and also how other mental health difficulties can affect our relationships.

Helping with a variety of concerns, the therapy has been recommended for depressionanxiety and 

eating disorders


Humanistic therapies focus on self-development, growth and responsibilities.

Person-centred therapy - also known as person-centred counselling or client-centred counselling - is a humanistic approach that deals with the ways in which individuals perceive themselves consciously rather than how a counsellor can interpret their unconscious thoughts or ideas.

Emotion Focused
This can help with Depression .
Based on the premise that emotions are key to identity.

Mindfulness is a specific way of paying attention to what is happening in our lives in the present moment, as it truly is.


Of course it won't eliminate life's pressures - but with practice it can help us take notice of (and hopefully stop) negative, habitual reactions to everyday stress. 

Play Therapy

Play therapy helps children to express themselves, explore their thoughts and feelings, and make sense of their life experiences. Play is a natural activity of learning, exploration and communication for children, and so the medium is considered highly effective for helping children to 'play out' what they may find difficult to put into words.

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