Individual therapies

All our individual therapies are available face-to-face throughout our bases in Cornwall or via online platforms.

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)

We offer low intensity (6 weekly sessions) and high intensity (16 to 20 weekly sessions) courses.

CBT therapy is an effective treatment for a variety of mental health problems. It aims to help you manage overwhelming problems by breaking them down into smaller parts.

CBT aims to:

  • help you change unhelpful patterns to improve the way you feel
  • deal with your current problems, rather than focusing on issues from your past
  • find practical ways to improve your daily thoughts and behaviours
  • help you set goals with your therapist
  • give you tasks between your sessions

Person-centred experiential counselling for depression

Counselling for depression takes place over 16 to 20 weekly sessions

It aims to help people suffering from depression by exploring their feelings and the impact these feelings have on thoughts and behaviours.

Interpersonal psychotherapy

Interpersonal psychotherapy helps people with depression identify and address problems in their relationship with family, partners, and friends.

It aims to help you communicate better with others and address problems that contribute to your depression.

Mindfulness based CBT

Mindfulness based cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) takes place over 9 x 2-hour 30-minute sessions.

A mindfulness based cognitive behavioural therapy course combining mindfulness meditation practices with elements from cognitive therapy. Small, interactive groups, practising mindfulness in a non-judgemental, welcoming environment.

The course aims to help change habitual negative patterns that characterise depression, anxiety, and chronic stress.

Couples therapy for depression

Couples therapy for depression takes place over 16 to 20 weekly sessions.

Couples therapy for depression helps people with mild to moderate depression where the depression is having an impact on the relationship, or the relationship is having an impact on the depression.

The aim of couples counselling for depression is to help improve the way that couples communicate about problems and change the way that they respond towards each other.