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Treatment Options

What services and treatment do we provide?

Low Intensity Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)

We offer low intensity treatments as a first line treatment. Low intensity treatment is offered by a trained/training Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner and has shown to be effective in helping those with mild and moderate mental health difficulties. Low intensity treatments can be delivered as psycho-educational groups, online programs, and one-to-one appointments. The Low intensity approach uses a variety of CBT based resources to follow a guided self-help approach.  These treatments are evidence based and aim to teach skills that can be used in the longer term to maintain your progress.

High Intensity Therapy

High Intensity Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) therapy is offered when you may require more support than low intensity treatments offer. This type of therapy will be delivered to you by a Hi-Intensity therapist and may include treatments such as:

Hi-Intensity CBT

Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR)

Interpersonal Psychotherapy (IPT)

Transactional Analysis Psychotherapy (TA)

Some treatments can be specific to certain disorders and you will be advised on these by your practitioner.

Groups and Workshops

We offer a range of groups and classes that can provide helpful information and teach skills related to people’s mental health. These can last 1-2 hours per session and can range between 4-8 sessions. If you would like any further information on these groups, please ask your practitioner.

The Group sessions may include:

  • Sleep Hygiene
  • BA (Behavioural Activation)
  • Stress Control
  • Emotional Coping Skills
  • Relaxation
  • Cognitive Restructuring
  • Worry Management

Guided Self Help

We can offer help by providing access to a range of self-help materials. We can give you support and guidance using this approach. For access to the self-help guides we provide please click this link:


Together with your Practitioner you may decide that NHS Talking Therapies is not the most appropriate service for you in this case you may be signposted to another service which is better placed to meet your needs. Our practitioners have a wide range of contacts which may be helpful for you.

Employment Support

We offer specialist support for patients who want to return to work alongside psychological support.

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