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We can help with:

Here are the issues and treatment approaches that we use in order to offer psychological treatment.


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Psychology Session

Depressive symptoms include:

  • Feels sad, empty, hopeless.

  • Diminished interest or pleasure in activities.

  • Decrease or increase in appetite, significant weight loss or gain.

  • Insomnia or sleep too much

  • Being agitated or slowed down

  • Fatigue, loss of energy

  • Feeling worthless, feeling guilty

  • Diminished ability to concentrate, indecisive

  • Recurrent thoughts about death


Anxiety symptoms include:

  • Excessive anxiety and worry, finding it difficult to control the worry.

  • Restlessness, feeling keyed up, on edge.

  • Being easily fatigued

  • Difficulty concentrating, mind going blank

  • Irritability

  • Muscle tension

  • Sleep disturbance

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John Gottman, a psychologist found four behaviours that predict the end of the relationship:

  • Criticism: any statement that there is something wrong with your partner in character, for instance beginning with “you always” or “you never”.

  • Defensiveness:denying the responsibility and ward off a perceived attack. Innocent victim posture. Never admits wrong doing, but blames the partner for your mistake. 

  • Contempt: any statement or nonverbal behaviour that puts you on a higher position than your partner. Examples are mockery, facial expressions such as rolling eyes or curling your upper lip, insults, and name calling.

  • Stonewalling: the listener withdraws from interaction. Examples are stony silence, monosyllabic mutterings, changing the subject, and removing yourself physically.

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Following exposure to one or more traumatic events, you may develop following symptoms:

  • Recurrent intrusive distressing memories of the event/ nightmares/ flashbacks in which you feel as if the event are recurring/ intense psychological distress and physiological reactions when something reminds the event

  • Efforts to avoid distressing memories and feelings/ avoids external reminders.

  • Negative change in thinking and mood. Inability to remember a part of the traumatic event/ exaggerated negative beliefs about self, others, or the world/ distorted thoughts about the cause or consequences of the event/ persistent negative emotional state such as fear, anger, or shame/ diminished interest in activities/ feelings of detachment from others/ inability to experience positive emotions.

  • Irritable behaviour and angry outbursts/ reckless behaviour/ hyper vigilance, exaggerated staple response/ problems with concentration/ sleep disturbance



A panic attack is an abrupt surge of intense fear or discomfort, in which the following symptoms may occur:

  • Pounding heart or accelerated heart rate

  • Sweating

  • Sensations of shortness of breath

  • Feelings of choking

  • Chest pain or discomfort

  • Nausea

  • Feeling dizzy, light-headed, or faint

  • Chills or heat sensations

  • Numbness or tingling sensations

  • Feeling unreal or being detached from oneself

  • Fear of losing control

  • Fear of dying

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We use evidence based treatment approaches including the following:


Therapy Session

Shakespeare said, “Nothing is either good or bad, but thinking makes it so.”. CBT is based on the assumption that people are disturbed not by events in their lives but by their beliefs about those events. This therapy can provide effective relief for many emotional problems by identifying thoughts that led to distress, then developing more realistic adaptive thoughts.


ACT helps with people by guiding them to accept what is out of their personal control, and commit to action that improves and enriches their life. You will clarify your values that are truly important and meaningful to you, and then use the values to motivate you to change your life to maximise human potential.

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If the basic emotional needs of a child are not met in childhood, people may develop self-defeating core theme or patterns that they keep repeating throughout their lives, which is called schemas. The main goals of schema therapy are to help people weaken their maladaptive coping modes, to heal their early maladaptive schemas, to break schema-driven life patterns, and to get their core emotional needs met in everyday life.

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EMDR is a psychotherapy treatment that was originally designed to alleviate the distress associated with traumatic memories. EMDR therapy can facilitate the accessing and processing of traumatic memories and other adverse life experience to bring these to an adaptive resolution. After successful treatment with EMDR therapy, affective distress can be relieved, negative beliefs are reformulated, and physiological arousal can be reduced.


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