Mental & Emotional Wellbeing. Support services for Autism and Asperger Syndrome
MENTAL HEALTH CONSULTATIONS
Sessions typically combine different therapeutic approaches based on your individual needs.
These sessions could include one or a combination of the following approaches: counselling, hypnotherapy, cognitive behaviour therapy, solution-based therapy, mindfulness, meditation.
The emphasis is always that of working in partnership with you; aiming for positive change and agreeing strategies that are practical and accessible.
For long-term and lasting benefits.
The issues and conditions that can be addressed within sessions are varied and include the following:
- Low mood and Depression
- Anxiety, phobias and panic attacks
- Obsessive-compulsive disorder
- Weight management
- Smoking cessation and other forms of habitual and addictive behaviours
- Skill development
- Autism and Asperger Syndrome
- Learning disability
- Self-confidence and self-esteem
- Eating disorder
- Pain management
- Irritable Bowel Syndrome
- Stress and worry
- Unwanted habits such as nail-biting and hair-chewing
- Shyness and social anxiety
In addition to the above, the service can also provide practical support for those caring for individuals with particular needs, including learning disability, dementia, psychosis, behavioural problems, personality disorder and addiction.
Support and advice for families of children with severe challenging behaviour, ADHD, Conduct Disorder and Autism.
All sessions are strictly confidential between you and the therapist.
Services for Children and Adults on the Spectrum of Autism (including Asperger Syndrome)
Flexible programmes of support or single/short course of sessions for individuals and their families – within your home, school, college, university or clinic
Assessment and intervention in behaviour that is challenging
1:1 therapy sessions for living with Autism and maximising potential
Development of skills for independence
Advisory service to families, schools, colleges and residential services
Practical and emotional support to families and carers
Social stories, PECS and other supports for maximising communication
Supporting individual educational and care programmes
Consultations via Zoom and Skype video link, ‘walk and talk’ sessions and phone. until further notice.
If you need to change your appointment, please do give me at least 48 hours notice.
If you are unsure of proceeding with an appointment, do contact me to arrange a free 15-minute chat by phone or Zoom/Skype. An opportunity to share an issue and agree a way forward.
Just phone or e-mail for an appointment: firstname.lastname@example.org 07813 318357
Fees: £40 for single session via BACS. Duration of sessions are generally 1 hour but please do allow additional time for your first consultation.
‘Meditation for Inner Peace’
A weekly non-religious mindfulness – based meditation group via Zoom video link.
Find peace and stillness in a frantic world. Let meditation become part of your everyday. Decrease stress, lower blood pressure, improve breathing and develop insight.
10.00 – 10.30 most Wednesdays (times and days may vary)
£5 per person per session payable via BACS
Be more in the present moment. Calm the mind and body. Nourish the spirit.
Life – limiting intense fears : assessment and individually prescribed treatment programme based on de-sensitisation, Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, NLP and relaxation training
Confidential 30-minute no-fee session to meet and talk through the issue.
Fear of spiders (Arachnophobia) is generally considered the 2nd or 3rd most common phobia in the UK and yet in the UK we are free of any dangerous spiders. Cases sensationalised in the media suggesting otherwise, are normally scenarios involving an allergic reaction to a rare bite from a native spider or exotic pet.
1:1 guidance 30-minute / one-hour sessions. Also available, special one-day workshops with small groups. Whatever the approach, exposure to spiders is a graduated gentle approach and tailored to you.
Similar programme offered for other bug/animal related fears. Why not book a free 30-minute consultation?