Welcome to Salford Therapy
Salford Therapy exists to be an easily accessible resource to help client’s manage and overcome emotional and psychological challenges which often include physical symptoms. call upon several different approaches and therapeutic techniques to provide the model of therapy which best suits your needs. These include; CBT, EMDR, PCA, Hypnotherapy and Mindfulness. My services are available to all - both Person to Person and remotely via WhatsApp, Face Time, Zoom. The Services page describes in more detail each model of Therapy.
Dealing with life’s problems using counselling
In the 21st Century, particularly in the last few years, it feels as if we have all been beset with so many problems, causing most commonly anxiety and depression. Stress is so prevalent in today’s pressurised society. Loss, caused by many different situations, is a major trigger for many distressing symptoms, including unhealthy fear, anger, guilt, shame.
Traumatic events PTSD both recent and from the past can beset us, and we can feel lost and isolated; not understood, alone with our emotions and thoughts fears and unable to be who we want to be; not able to cope as we once did. Counselling can help. I have many years' counselling experience and training; see my About Me page. And my Testimonials page offers many comments from people I have worked with.
A Personal Invitation To Counseeling, CBT, Hypnotherapy, EMDR and More
We are committed to assist your personal development. The aim is that when you leave Salford Therapy, you are better equipped and have the tools to help you to act as your own therapist. My Counselling page describes more about what happens in Counselling/Therapy. Contact me if you have any questions or would like to make that initial appointment.
We have one life. How can I make the most of mine?
The answer is, by courageously addressing those issues which hinder your personal development, happiness, and contentment. We all have the potential to be happy; resolving issues and problems are the stepping stones to achieving that goal. As adults we have two allies: the first is our ability to make choices and the second is to recognise we are responsible for ourselves. Positive change is possible.
It can be helpful to do this through participation in counselling, working through your concerns, issues and difficulties with a therapist giving professional support. See the FAQ page for answers to common questions you may have; and the Contact page for more practical details.
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