Are you struggling to recover after a birth that did not go “to plan?” Maybe it feels hard to relax and enjoy your baby? Maybe frightening thoughts won’t leave you alone or horrific memories keep coming back to you at odd moments. Or perhaps you find yourself feeling sad, alone or jumpy since the birth. Unfortunately, you are not alone. These are common experiences when we have been through a situation that made us feel powerless and scared. The good news is that we understand why the brain and body react in this way and we have evidence-based therapies, including EMDR and CBT that can help you to recover. You can feel lighter, more confident and reclaim your experience of Read more…
Does your pregnancy feel more like a struggle than a miracle? Are you suffering from severe pregnancy sickness that saps all the joy from your life? Did your birth leave you feeling shaken and bruised? Are stress, low mood, depression or anxiety making it hard for you to enjoy family life and be the parent you want to be? Psychological therapy is about helping you to get control back and live a fulfilling life. Often the physical, emotional and practical demands of pregnancy and parenthood can cause our bodies and brains to respond in ways that don’t help us. Psychological therapy shows you how to work with your mind and body so you can enjoy your life again. Psychological therapy Read more…
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Practitioner Psychologists must adhere to strict professional guidelines in order to maintain their registration with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC). They must also ensure that their skills, knowledge and experience are kept up to date with evidenced-based practice.
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