Psychological Therapy in Practice
Psychological Therapy in Practice

"A problem shared is a problem halved"

Do you have an issue you wish to discuss in a confidential, comfortable, and relaxed environment?

 

Sometimes life can really get us down and it might seem difficult to see a way through. This could be due to a number of different reasons such as:

 

* Feeling low, hopeless, lonely, depressed

 

* Feeling anxious or afraid

 

* Suffering with stress at home and/or in the workplace

 

* Suffering with a long term physical or mental health condition which we are finding difficult to adjust to and manage

 

* Experiencing relationship/marital problems

 

* Loss of a loved one through break-up, divorce, or death

 

* Recovering from being critically ill or having a loved one who is

 

* Traumatic events in our past which are still troubling us and preventing us from moving forward with our lives.

 

* Or we may want to change our behaviour, for example: stop smoking, eat healthier, take more exercise, and so on.

 

Whatever the problem is, it can really help to talk to a psychologist who will give you a safe and confidential space to speak about what's bothering you, an expert listening ear to focus only on you and to what you have to say, and to help you in a caring, professional, and completely non-judgemental way.

 

We are now situated at BMI Goring Hall Hospital, Worthing, West Sussex, and also in the City of York, in North Yorkshire. 

If you would like to see a psychologist at Psychological Therapy in Practice, you can either send an email to: enquiries@psychinpractice.com, or alternatively send a message via this website from the Contact us page. 

 

You will be offered an initial free 20 minute telephone consultation, so you can decide whether psychological therapy is for you.

 

 

Psychological Therapy in Practice also offers additional services, such as: consultancy, research, teaching and training, and clinical/professional supervision. Please see our Services page for more details.

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