Face to face sessions
We have a room in a wonderful rural location near Winslow which we have access to 24/7!
This means we can be more flexible with appointment times and days, and will have our own cosy space.
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WE ARE NOW OFFERING A RANGE OF THERAPIES!
We are excited to announce that we are expanding to offer alternative and complimentary therapies within Chiltern Talking Therapies.
When you book a free 30 minute consultation, you will speak to Jennie, who will discuss whether Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (her main discipline) would be recommended for your difficulties.
Although most people can benefit from CBT, there are some circumstances where Jennie would recommend a different type of therapy. For example, if bereavement is the focus of your difficulties right now, that would be Jennie's recommendations as ethically this is the right advice to give. CBT can feel quite abrupt in these circumstances, as we will want you to change your thoughts and behaviours, when maybe you need time to reflect and process what has happened.
This means that Jennie has been signposting a lot of clients away from Chiltern Talking Therapies.
We are now able to offer alternative therapies to support a client at any stage of their therapy journey.
We will introduce our new Associate Therapists in time, but we will now be able to offer Counselling and Art Psychotherapy services to support clients of all ages, including couples.
Counselling and CBT are usually 'shorter term' therapies, although can still involve months of work with your Therapist.
Art Psychotherapy is usually considered as a 'longer term' therapy, but can be shorter.
All therapies will be tailored to your individual needs.
CBT is a very active therapy, helpful to give you coping strategies. We set an agenda for each session to make the most out of our time together and help you to work through practical issues.
Counselling and Art Psychotherapy can be helpful to process and sit with emotions. Sessions are less directive than CBT, and you can bring what feels right to discuss, or nothing at all.
Art Psychotherapy can be helpful for young people and adults, especially if it feels difficult to communicate emotions. You do not need to be 'good' at creating art as you will be discussing the process of making the art, and the materials can help you to communicate your emotions.
We can now offer packages of treatment, for example, a number of sessions with our Counsellor to process and reflect, then some CBT to learn practical strategies.
Please contact us if you would like to know more.