Our skilled counsellors, psychologists and therapists will listen to you in a non-judgemental way in a private, confidential setting. They can help you with your current difficulties, past experiences or anxieties about your future with the aim of helping you improve the quality of your life and relationships.
Who might therapy be useful for?
We can help with a wide range of mental health problems and diagnoses including the following:
Anxiety problems (including panic, social anxiety, generalised anxiety, health anxiety, phobias, obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD))
Depression and low mood
Bereavement and loss
Trauma and PTSD
Low self esteem
Eating difficulties and eating disorders
What do we offer?
We offer a range of therapies in line with NICE (National Institute for Health and Care Excellence) guidance. All of our therapists are highly trained, experienced and committed to continued professional development. Many therapists have training in more than one therapy modality, and are therefore in the best position to offer tailored, individualised therapy to meet your needs, drawing from the most up to date, evidence-based interventions.
Click below for an overview of each of the Therapies we currently offer. More detailed leaflets are currently under review and will be available soon.
Our therapies are usually delivered face to face, in relaxing therapy rooms. However if you are unable to come to The Tuke Centre for your appointments, whatever the reason, then it may be possible for us to offer you an appointment via video link, using a secure platform called VSEE. You can download a copy of our VSEE policy by clicking on this link.
How To Access The Service
All therapies are accessed via our Initial Therapies Assessment. An assessment can usually be arranged within 1-3 weeks of receiving your referral (self or GP referral); there is usually a short wait for therapy following this.