This far into lockdown, we may need someone to talk to, for a variety of reasons. Maybe our anxiety is heightened, our depression is deepening or our PTSD is being triggered. Or maybe we now, finally, have time and space to deal with limiting beliefs, phobias or patterns of behaviour that just don’t serve us any more. If this is you, the Sangha House has a brand new offering. Our consultative therapy team is offering CBT, person-centred intuitive therapy, TAT (an incredibly powerful technique for trauma and PTSD) and solution-focussed hypnotherapy via Zoom, from the comfort and security of your own home. Confidentiality is our absolute priority, with fully encrypted and private sessions, and of course our therapists adhere to the highest of professional standards. Full courses of therapy or individual sessions are available. For more details, to talk through the best options for you or to book a session call us on 01823 428156 or email securely at email@example.com.
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NB – Please be aware that counselling or hypnotherapy treatments are not a substitute for professional medical care by a qualified doctor or other health care professional. Always check with your doctor if you have any concerns about your condition or treatment. Clients are responsible for assessing the outcome of their treatment and are advised to refer to NICE guidelines for further information.
Please note that talking therapies are not intended to replace allopathic and conventional medical treatment and care. Nor are they intended to replace formal diagnosis and treatment by a qualified medical practitioner.
Talking therapies may give information or guidance that could bring about positive change and such information or guidance is given for the client to consider/ Although the therapist will be supportive and helpful as possible in all decision making and change processes, any resulting choices and changes made by the client do remain the personal and legal responsibility of the client.
If you feel unsafe or at risk of injury, please call 999, your mental health team or Samaritans on 116 123.