Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR)
Helps your brain to process trauma when you recall aspects of it as a therapist usually asks you to follow their finger from side to side with your eyes. It can help you change the way you think about a traumatic experience.
Interpersonal Psychotherapy (IPT)
A type of psychotherapy that is based on the principle that relationships and life events can have an impact on mood and that the reverse is also true.
Cognitive Analytical Therapy (CAT)
Use your own resources and develop skills to change destructive patterns of behaviour and negative ways of thinking and acting.
Psychoanalytic and psychodynamic psychotherapy
Become aware of how meanings or patterns in what you do or say are influenced by your past and may contribute to your current problems.
Help with a problem or difficulty relating to sex or a sexual relationship.
Family or systemic therapy
Support for members of a family to understand each other better, change negative behaviours and resolve conflicts.
Uses play to help children process what they may find difficult to put into words. The therapist will use materials including toys, sand, musical instruments and puppets to help the child express themselves.
Combines talking therapy with creative exploration through anything from paint to sculpture.