Do you suffer from: Trouble falling asleep? Waking up frequently during the night? Waking up and having trouble going back to sleep? Trouble sleeping well without medication? Excessive thinking or worrying in bed? Worrying about “not sleeping”? Light sleep, poor quality sleep, non-restorative sleep? Irregular or erratic sleep? Insomnia associated with chronic pain? It is […]


Injury may happen at work or as the result of a car accident. It suddenly makes you aware that the world is not a safe place, and you think twice about the normal routines of your everyday life. Injury leads to losses in many areas. It drains your finances, interrupts your lifestyle, and puts strains […]


Guilt can be a very useful emotion. It is an internal mechanism for controlling our own behaviour. When we do, think or feel something that is inconsistent with our values, feelings of guilt can motivate us to change in some way. For example, you may have a heated argument with a loved one, and say […]

Eating Disorders

It is normal to feel dissatisfied with our appearance from time to time and to make adjustments to our eating and behavior in order to regain motivation and feel better bout ourselves. An eating disorder however is characterised by more extreme concerns about one’s weight, shape, eating, and body image. The result is that such […]

Did Not Attend / Late Cancellation Fee Policy

Please note that as of 1 April 2022 changes to this policy will come into effect. The changes are highlighted below. Did Not Attend’ (DNA) is when the client does not turn up for the appointment and does not contact the practice in advance to cancel/change an appointment. ‘Late Cancellations” are when the patient contacts […]

Coronavirus (Covid 19)

In the wake of community concerns around Covid-19 we’re keen to support you to feel confident to maintain your focus on your mental health and continue to access the support you’re used to receiving from us. We are committed to ensuring our team are healthy when they are at work. We are equally committed to […]


It is normal to feel anxious about some things in life, such as exams, job prospects, paying bills, ill health and other things. Anxiety in many situations is helpful. It prompts us to prepare and plan carefully. However, if a person feels extremely anxious in everyday situations, such as going shopping, or riding on a […]


  Feeling down or sad? Tearful or crying a lot? Irritable or jumpy? Unmotivated – finding it hard to get out of bed in the morning? Losing interest in social activities? Not enjoying fun activities like you used to? Losing interest in sex? Not responding to praise or rewards? Very tired, with no energy? Having […]