Counselling and Psychotherapy

Counselling and Psychotherapy   BOOK NOW Do you need help in dealing with or overcoming emotional or mental difficulties? BOOK NOW We offer Counselling and Psychotherapy for:  Depression, anxiety, panic attacks Social  or public speaking anxiety, phobias, personality disorders, Eatingdisorders, substance abuse, Sleep complex trauma, childhood trauma and Post traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Obsessive compulsive disorder[…]

Complementary Therapy

COMPLEMENTARY THERAPIES BOOK NOW ‘These therapies are designed to complement your medical care – and don’t replace your treatment’. (Acknowledged: The Christie NHS Foundation)   Do you need help to alleviate the emotions and symptoms that often accompany physical and mental health conditions such as cancer, back pain etc.? Patients have reported that some treatments[…]

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

COGNITIVE BEHAVIOURAL THERAPY SERVICE BOOK NOW  A talking treatment that helps to change unhelpful beliefs, thinking, feelings and behaviours.  Do you need help in dealing with or overcoming emotional or mental difficulties? BOOK NOW Sessions Sessions are face to face, telephone, or video/Skype and 50 minutes.  If a particular treatment is not mentioned below please contact[…]

Immigrant Families: A Family Cognitive Behavioural Model of Parenting

Abstract This academic article aims to make a clinical and social case by helping the reader understand the child rearing challenges faced by immigrants and their children in their communities. The article presents a family cognitive behavioural view to help an understanding of the struggles and support needs of immigrant parents and the children. This[…]

Family Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (F-CBT)

Family Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (F-CBT)  believes that family members individually and collectively do not simply  react emotionally or behaviourally to life events within and outside the family.  How they think individually and collectively about their personal and family reality is key to the way they react to that reality. According to F-CBT the way family[…]

Coercive parenting and coercive child hooding

Without the psychological awareness of the risk or actual damage to the child, a parent with intended good motive may engage in excessive and sometimes desperate emotional protection and physical discipline. Coercive parenting (CP) ‘refers to parenting by domination, intimidation, or humiliation to force children to behave according to unrealistic norms set by parents’(Child Welfare[…]

A clash of values: the influence of core beliefs and community values on young people choices in immigrant families

Daniel Mirea and Francis Selemo, 2015 Abstract This academic article aims to make a clinical and social case by helping the reader understand the family wellbeing challenges faced by immigrant children in their communities. The article explores these complexities of immigrant life and offers a developmental and cognitive-behavioural perspective on the main themes discussed here.[…]