Project Description

 Psychotherapy / Talking Therapies

Psychotherapy / Talking Therapies

There are many different types of psychotherapy all of which involve talking with another person (usually referred to as a therapist).  Some of the more well known forms of Psychotherapy include; counselling, relationship/marital therapy and cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT).

Most psychotherapies can be done one-to-one or in groups. Some can now be done using the internet.

A whole range of issues can be supported including:

  • Worry, Anxiety and Stress
  • Low mood and depression
  • Confidence and Self Esteem
  • Unhelpful beliefs, thoughts, behaviours and habits.

Please follow the link to each practitioners profile to read more about their approach and to make contact.

Anna Linton is a psychotherapist who uses a variety of approaches and techniques to help people tackle life’s challenges.  Anna’s approach is solution focused to help people move forward with their lives with a smile on their face.

Brett Rennolds is a qualified psychotherapist who specialises in solution focused approach informed by the principles of cognitive behavioural therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy and hypnotherapy.

Sophie Simpson is a counsellor whose approach is integrative, combining Person-Centred, Psychodynamic and CBT techniques.  Sophie aims to help you accept the way your life has developed, gain a greater understanding of yourself, and find new opportunities in difficult situations.

Bev Gisborne is a multi-disciplined remedial therapist, published author and international trainer.  Bev’s work focusses on supporting people to help them to ‘rewire’ their minds and recondition their bodies in order to  improve their well-being, develop better cognitive and emotional skills and to create life-long positive changes.