ELEPHANT IN THE ROOM PSYCHOTHERAPY

Elephant in the Room Psychotherapy is a private service. It is a safe place for you to explore any difficulties you may be experiencing. The relationship between therapist and client is a unique one, which is nurtured throughout our work together and is based on trust and empathy.

First step ...

 

You may have accessed this website because you are looking for support with a particular difficulty or you want to know more about what therapy entails. Making the decision to enter therapy is a brave and positive first step.

 

Next step ...

Elephant in the Room is with you every subsequent step of the way and will work alongside you to assist you in regaining control of your life.

 

Moving forward ...

Once you've made the decision that you wish to enter therapy, Elephant in the Room is able to offer you either group or individual therapy, where appropriate. For more information please click on this link.

EMDR

Eye movement desensitisation and reprocessing

 

An evidence based therapy
that can treat post traumatic
stress disorder

more information ...

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Thank you for all your support
and help. I’m in a much
better place now

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Thank you for all your understanding, kindness
and patience – all of those
qualities make the difference
to me turning up each week
and feel at ease doing so

"I would recommend everything about the service. The location was relaxed. Jo put me at ease as soon as I walked into the room." 

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Keep up the good work - I really
do appreciate what you
have done for me.

Testimonials

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Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
What is CBT?

What you can expect



Elephant in the Room Psychotherapy is not an emergency service. If you are in crisis and need urgent support or are worried about immediate risk of harm to self or others, please call 999. Alternatively you can contact your GP and ask for an emergency appointment or visit your local A&E department. You can also contact the following services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week: NHS Helpline (111) and the Samaritans (116 123)