Mental Health

Mental health relates to our thought process, behavior, and emotional well-being which can be impacted long-term or short-term. With support from an expert, we can heal from such experiences or difficulties that impact us.

Mental health difficulties may include:

  • Anxiety/panic attacks
  • Body dysmorphia
  • Effects of bullying
  • Anger
  • Depression
  • Easting problems
  • Exam/educational/work pressure
  • Hoarding
  • Family breakdown/divorce
  • Loneliness
  • Obsessive difficulties
  • Phobias
  • Self-esteem/identity
  • Self-harm
  • Sleep issues
  • Stress
  • Loss and bereavement

By accessing therapy or counselling, we can support you with such difficulties. We use the following approaches which can be integrated for a tailored therapeutic program for you.

Creative therapies

Creative therapy is a type of therapy that uses non-verbal expression like art or drama as a means to communicate with our inner self and work through the barriers we have internalised.

Understanding our thoughts can often be difficult using only words, creative therapy can help you to communicate your inner experience and what you’re feeling in other ways, without words. Also, when our minds and bodies have lost connection with each other, it is important to integrate them for increased emotion wellbeing.

Specific creative therapies that we specialise in are:

  • Play therapy
  • Drama therapy
  • Art therapy
  • Movement therapy


Talking about your feelings and emotions with a trained therapist, who’ll listen and support you without judging or criticising, to help you gain a better insight to your thoughts and feelings. This can be done face to face, on the telephone or via video conferencing platforms.

Family therapy or attachment focused therapy

Using techniques and approaches to address family difficulties. The opportunity to discuss issues in a safe and accepting environment, where each person is heard.