One to one therapy is the most common type of therapy. Sessions last for approximately 50 minutes and are held on a weekly or fortnightly basis. The number of sessions varies from person to person, but on an average 8 to 20 sessions are usually sufficient to address most emotional difficulties such as depression and anxiety disorders, single trauma and OCD. More complex presentations such as Bipolar, Psychosis and multiple traumas will most likely require a longer treatment. In our work we use a combination of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Mindfulness and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) which have been scientifically proven to be effective with most clients’ presentations. Read more about our approach here.
Couples therapy is often used when the main presenting problems stem from issues in a current romantic relationship. The common myth that partners need to be independent from each other, is actually pulling couples apart. Communication and negotiation training typical of many couple therapeutic approaches is often not enough to close the gap between lovers. We use a combination of CBT for Couples and Emotion Focused Therapy (EFT) to work on sharing needs and feelings, problem solving and improving communication. Read more about EFT here.
Coaching and problem solving are short-term, focused interventions aimed at a specific issue in life. Being this a career/life change or a specific problem that keeps repeating or that is too emotional to deal with. Read more about coaching and problem solving here.
We offer online supervision to mental heath professionals. Our models of reference are: Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and third wave approaches such as Acceptance and Commitment Therapist (ACT), Mindfulness, Compassion Focused Therapy (CFT).
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An Educational Psychology assessment at Crossroads Psychology will include observations, assessments and consultations. You will receive a detailed written report of your child or young person’s strengths and difficulties, which can be shared with their school or other professionals involved. The report will also include recommendations and suggested strategies for supporting your child or young person at school and will be discussed with parents during verbal feedback. Our educational psychologists are also able to offer bespoke consultations with schools, which in themselves can support meaningful change for children experiencing barriers to their learning. Bespoke consultations are charged on an hourly basis. They can also be requested following a full assessment, for example to create a support plan with the school or to review a child’s progress. The Educational Psychologist may sometimes suggest further assessments by a professional with different expertise, such as a Speech and Language Therapist, Clinical Psychologist, Family Therapist, Occupational Therapist or Paediatrician.
We also work with some international insurances such as Bupa Global, Cigna International, AXA international and others. If your insurance is not mentioned, please contact us.
Health Insurance fees vary depending on the insurance provider.
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Sessions are paid in advance. Cancellations with less than 48h will be charged at 50% rate. Session not attended, will be charged at full price.