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INTRODUCTION

Clinical Director Dr Becky Spelman speaks about the services at clinic

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Our

SERVICES

HOW IT WORKS

How it Works In 4 simple steps

  • Step 1. Call us or book here and speak to one of our Therapists about what you would like help with. We’ll recommend the most suitable approach and therapist for you. (If you want to start right away you can skip straight to step 2).
  • Step 2. Book and attend your initial therapy appointment. View our availability here.
  • Step 3. Attend for at least 6 sessions (deeper rooted issues take longer).
  • Step 4. Review your treatment goals and decide whether you wish to continue therapy or if your goal is complete.FEEL HAPPIER, MORE FULFILLED AND A BETTER VERSION OF YOU.

WHY CHOOSE US

We provide the highest quality service which includes:

    ✔ Free initial phone consultation with a Psychological Therapist.
    ✔ All practitioners offer at least two evidence based approaches.
    ✔ Free session with another practitioner if you aren't happy with the first therapist.
    ✔ Practitioners with a minimum of 7 years post qualification experience.
    ✔ Same day and evening appointments available.
    ✔ Run by well known TV Psychologist Dr Becky Spelman.
    ✔ Instance access to our practitioners availability online.
    ✔ Contact us 24/7 by phone, email, Skype, text, Whatsapp, FaceTime or instant chat.
    ✔ Confidential service.
A to Z of The Issues We Treat
Our

SERVICES

Call us or book a free initial chat here and speak to one of our Therapists about what you would like help with. We'll recommend the most suitable approach and Therapist for you. Alternatively, you can make your own selection from our team of Therapists. To view live availability and book instantly click here.

WHY CHOOSE US

We provide the highest quality service which includes:
  • Free initial phone consultation with Therapist
  • Instant access to our practitioners availability online
  • Same day and evening appointments available
Free Session with another Therapist if you aren't happy with the first one
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