We offer a range of accessibly-priced treatment and therapy options to best meet your needs, and give you the results you require.
The therapies we offer include:
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
CBT is a structured, action-oriented and problem solving approach which helps people to manage their thoughts, behaviour and mood more effectively.
Dialectic Behavioural Therapy (DBT)
DBT focuses on the person and how they can learn to understand and accept themselves. It incorporates a mixture of group-based skills training and individual therapy incorporating mindfulness, emotion regulation, distress tolerance and interpersonal effectiveness skills.
Mindfulness uses techniques such as meditation and breathing to help people pay attention to each moment as it happens, rather than focusing on the past or future. It teaches acceptance and allows people to let go of negative thoughts. It also helps people to tune into their own body; helping them to identify signs of oncoming depression or anxiety and take steps to prevent an episode before it starts.
Interpersonal Therapy (IPT)
IPT is often used to treat depression. It focuses mainly on difficulties the person has in relating to others and helps them identify how they are feeling and behaving in their relationships. When a person is able to interact more effectively, their psychological symptoms often improve.
Psychotherapy involves talking to a trained therapist. It allows the person to look deeper into their problems and can help with a wide range of mental disorders, such as depression and schizophrenia.
Eye Movement Desensitisation Reprocessing (EMDR)
EMDR is a psychotherapy treatment used to help a variety of mental health conditions including trauma, addiction and anxiety as well as other emotional conditions. It allows a person to process an emotional experience that they have difficulty talking about. It can remove the stress surrounding the traumatic event, allowing the memory of it to heal.
Couples and Family Therapy
Couples and family therapy helps families and couples to resolve issues such as marital difficulties, relationship or communication struggles, helping a troubled child, moving beyond family violence or substance abuse, or dealing with emotional distress such as anxiety or depression.
Behavioural activation primarily focuses on changing behaviours to address problems a person may be experiencing. The main goal is to increase activity levels, prevent avoidance behaviours and help the person take part in positive and rewarding activities which can improve their mood.
12 Step Addiction Programme
The 12 step programme provides tools for living as a recovering addict. Its success is based on observing 12 core principles, and relying on the support of others who share the same experience.
To find out how Priory Wellbeing Centre, Fenchurch Street can help you to manage your mental wellbeing at a time and place to suit you, contact us on; 0800 840 3219 for a consultation.