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Mental Health Therapies & Treatments

  • Psychology, Face 2 Face and Walk and Talk.
  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Face 2 Face or via Video  Call.
  • Counselling
  • Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing Therapy (EMDR)
  • Rewind Technique
  • Equine Facilitated Learning (EFL)
  • Equine Facilitated Psychotherapy (EFP)
  • Psychotherapy
  • Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) 
  • Psychological Intervention
  • Hypnosis
  • Mindfulness-Based Therapy
  • Alcohol & Substance Addiction & Rehabilitation Services
  • Life Coaching (Face to Face or via Video Call)
  • Legal Analyst Services

Corporate Services

We offer a very comprehensive and diverse range of corporate and community training courses, as well as wellbeing programmes and workshops. Full details can be found by clicking on one of the links below:


Corporate Services

Wellbeing Training Centre

Legal Analyst Services

Health & Safety Services

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Real Life Case Studies for Supporting your Recovery

All our case studies are from our Members and are published  anonymously  to comply with Data Protection & Privacy Laws & Regulations.

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FAQ's

Mental Health News Updates in the UK at a glance

How much is spent on mental health research in the UK?

Published by the UK's largest Mental Health Research Charity, MQ: Transforming Mental Health Through Research.


Research suggests the stigma surrounding mental health is finally starting to diminish. Yet, against this backdrop of welcome and long overdue change, mental health research remains chronically underfunded.


Latest reports from the UK Mental Health Research Funding 2014-2017, show that the level of mental health research funding in the UK is not meeting the scale or the impact of mental illness.


Click on the link below to read the full article.

Mental health claimants more than twice as likely to lose their benefits than non-psychiatric people

Published by the Royal College of Psychiatrists.


People who are mentally ill are 2.4 times more likely than a claimant with a non-psychiatric condition to lose their existing Disability Living Allowance entitlement following a Personal Independence Payment (PIP) eligibility assessment, research has found.


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