Treatment Areas

Expert psychological help for a range of issues

We provide you with expert psychological help for relationship, mood and anxiety or emotional difficulties.

Relationship difficulties

If you have relationship problems with your family, or with a child, we help to identify the factors affecting your issues and determine the most effective types of treatment for your situation. We also provide therapy for couples who are experiencing difficulties.

Mood and anxiety problems

There are a number of mood and anxiety problems, and we have the experience and expertise to help you with these. So, if you suffer from any of the following, get in touch today to start the healing process.


Ongoing feelings of despair, sadness, negative thoughts, tearfulness, and emptiness. You may have sleep problems, or a lack of energy, and could even have contemplated suicide.

Post-traumatic Stress Disorder

This is often referred to as PTSD. If you’ve undergone a terrifying, life-threatening, or dangerous event, you could develop this disorder. You could also have recurring flashbacks or bad dreams triggered by reminders of the event.

Generalised Anxiety Disorder

You constantly worry about situations such as work, family, health or finances. This can affect all areas of your life and relationships, and can lead to sleep problems and poor concentration.


When repeated panic attacks occur without warning. You could experience chest pain, dizziness, heart palpitations, and find it difficult to breathe.


A phobia is an extreme fear of specific situations or objects. Phobias can include a fear of socialising with others, speaking in public, flying, spiders or moths, closed spaces, or medical procedures.

Emotional difficulties


You could experience sadness, guilt and remorse, shock, or helplessness, in response to a deeply-felt loss.


Triggered by a powerful or upsetting incident, trauma can trigger symptoms that cause constant distress and fear.

Caretaker Stress

When a member of your family has special needs, such as Intellectual Disability, Learning Difficulties, Autistic Spectrum Disorder or Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, the pressure on your family, and especially on the caretakers, can be immense.