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How We Can Help 

Therapy is about understanding yourself, making sense of your difficulties and then being supported to overcome them. Psychological therapy combines gaining insight, with building helpful coping strategies to lead to long term change.   

The Therapy Home provides a number of types of psychological therapy so that the best elements of each can be used to create bespoke packages tailored to you. All therapies practised have a high quality evidence base and are well researched to show they are effective for children and adolescents.

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Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)

CBT is well researched and shown to be highly effective at improving many mental health difficulties such as low mood to anxiety.  CBT teaches you to develop coping strategies to change how you think, feel and behave. 

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Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)

ACT is about figuring out what is important to you and how to take steps towards living in line with your values. You build acceptance and mindfulness skills that can help with many mental health difficulties. 

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Psychodynamic Therapy 

Psychodynamic approaches help you to understand yourself on a deeper level. You can make sense of relational patterns and figure out why you may act and feel certain ways. Through this therapy long lasting change can occur.

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Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing Therapy (EMDR) 

EMDR is a well researched specialist trauma therapy. It works by helping to process painful memories, reducing associated distress. 

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Compassion Focussed Therapy (CFT)

CFT is about recognising your inner critic. Would you talk to a friend the way you are talking to yourself? Building self-compassion can be helpful for overcoming low self esteem, perfectionism, anxiety or depression. 

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Systemic Therapy

Systemic Therapy considers you in the context that you are in. It places importance on the relationships around you and sees them as the pathway to alleviating distress. It can be helpful in family or school work.

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