Dr Maggie Allison Psychological Therapies

Counselling and Psychotherapy

Often referred to as 'the talking cure'. Psychological therapy will help you to explore the ways in which the past, your current situation and your concerns about the future might be affecting you. A skilled Counselling Psychologist will not tell you what to do or give you advice, however they will be able to help you to feel more in control of your situation, manage stress, and support you in the decisions you make about positive change

There are a number of types of psychological therapy, and each one has a different approach to resolving difficulties. I am trained in all key approaches and will help you to decide which way of working would be most helpful for you

What Conditions Can it Help?

The following issues or anything that concerns, upsets, or worries you can be addressed. Please note, this list is not exhaustive:

  • Anxiety / stress / worry / panic attacks
  • Depression or low mood
  • Communication/ relationship or family problems
  • Bereavement/ loss/ trauma
  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
  • Driving anxiety
  • Low self-esteem / lack of confidence
  • Past childhood abuse or neglect
  • Physical Health Issues/ coming to terms with physical illness or injury
  • Work related stress / bullying / harassment
  • Loss of direction / life change/ motivation
  • Anxiety about key events; e.g. driving test/ exams
  • EMDR
  • Expert Witness Work

    What Benefits can be Expected?

    The main factor that usually determines how successful the therapy is often does not lie with the technique used, but rather with the relationship between the counsellor or psychotherapist and the client. How you connect with your therapist is likely to determine how successful your treatment is

    How can Psychological Therapy help?

    Every person’s treatment plan is different and is based on your own individual needs. Treatment can help you to tackle symptoms, manage difficult life events, reduce psychological distress and to enhance and promote psychological well-being. You will be able to discuss with your psychologist the changes that you would like to make in your life

    How many sessions will I need?

    This depends entirely on your situation, the difficulties you are experiencing, and your personal preferences. Typically, most people attend for six to twelve sessions

    Which approach is used in Psychological Therapy?

    I specialise in a number of psychological therapeutic approaches:
  • Integrative
  • Psychodynamic
  • Object Relations Therapy (ORT)
  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
  • Psycho Educational Therapy
  • Humanistic
  • Solution Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT)
  • Eye Movement Desensitisation Reprocessing (EMDR)

    I will use a therapeutic approach that is suitable for the issues presented by you, but I often work in an integrative way drawing from a range of approaches to allow the best way of working with the needs of the individual client

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