The Specialist Therapy Team is made up of Counsellors, Mental Health Practitioners, Psychological Wellbeing Practitioners, Advice and Support Workers and Complementary Therapists.
The team aims to support individuals to access treatment by tailoring approaches to meet their specific needs and circumstances, including situations such as;
- Black and ethnic minority groups
- Language barriers
- Seeking asylum or refugee status
- Homeless or living in hostels
- From an addiction background
- With a criminal justice background
- Travelling communities
The team aims to support individuals to access treatment by tailoring approaches to meet their specific needs and circumstances.
- Helping you to understand your feelings
- Loss and Bereavement
- Adjustment to change
- Confidence building
- Developing Coping Strategies
- Guided self help
- Advice and information on health and lifestyle
- Problem Solving
- Practical Support
- Complementary Therapy
- Signposting to other Agencies
- Referral to appropriate treatment service
- Support to engage in appropriate treatment packages
- Veteran’s service
To complement your treatment your clinician may make a referral to our complementary therapist. This could include reiki, meditation, relaxation, acupuncture or mindfulness techniques.
Advice and Support
The team can refer to an Advice and Support worker when individuals are experiencing social problems, which are a contributing factor to their stress, depression or anxiety.
Advice and support can be offered for the following social problems; finances, employment, benefits, accommodation and disability. The team offers confidential psychological support and counselling aimed at improving the mental health and wellbeing of individuals who can be excluded from ‘mainstream’ society.