Oasis of Calm
If you’re feeling stressed, anxious or depressed we can help with our ‘Oasis of Calm’ approach. When you’re feeling stressed and anxious or troubled by intrusive thoughts or emotions try one of our ‘calming’ approaches – these psychotherapy tools are free to download from our blogs.
We also offer a fee-based professional counselling service to provide 1:1 therapy, either face to face (if geographically practical) or online. Our Counsellors are all fully qualified and members of the BACP – British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (the main national body that regulates counselling in the UK). They also have relevant experience in the 1000 day context.
The benefits of online counselling are that you can do this (providing you have suitable computer equipment) from your own home. This can work well – researchers at the University of Exeter, have shown that postnatal depression can be treated effectively using online therapy.
For a limited time, you can have an introductory session at half price (see fees).
We offer some free simple tools that can help you with your symptoms. Check out these for Anxiety and Depression.
If you’re feeling stressed, anxious or constantly worrying about the future, then try our free relaxation audio programme - it combines 5 elements that have all separately been proven to provide calmness. (Do not drive whilst listening though!) Struggling with troubling, thoughts, feeling and urges? Then try our thinking tools, and compassionate mindfulness audio programmes. Check out the severity of your symptoms of anxiety with some simple NHS questionnaires.Free psychotherapy services - see our blogs
If you’re feeling depressed or very sad or if you're struggling with the same thoughts going round and round in your head, spiralling into depression, then try our free thinking tools, and compassionate mindfulness audio programmes. The 'balanced thinking' PDF download may hep you to identify any tinking biases that you may have and how to address them. Check out the severity of your symptoms of depression with some simple NHS questionnaires.Free psychotherapy services - see our blogs
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