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Welcome to The Therapy Company
Providing professional mental health diagnosis and treatment
Services We Offer
Our Consultant Psychiatric and Psychotherapy team provide professional mental health diagnosis and treatment to individuals aged 10 and upwards. We are able to offer fast access to treatment with appointments available at several locations across Lancashire. In addition, to make the treatment process more flexible and accessible to you we also provide confidential telephone and online therapy services via video links.
Why Choose Our Medical Services
Why you should choose The Therapy Company for your mental health needs.
Our Specialized Team
Our team consists of six consultant psychiatrists with extensive knowledge and expertise in mental health gained over decades of working across numerous disciplines in the NHS and private consultancy.
The consultants are supported by a skilled team of counsellors, psychotherapists and medical administrators. Our specialist team of therapists provide treatments including counselling, Sexual Therapy, Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) and Eye, Movement, Desensitisation & Reprocessing (EMDR).
Our multi-disciplined team work together to deliver accurate diagnosis and effective treatment plans for a fast recovery.
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As the services we provide are “talking therapies” our consultant psychiatrists and psychotherapists can provide treatments online, with limited access to face-to-face consultations. The impact of the virus on mental health The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on mental health has been dramatic with key areas such as anxiety, stress, loneliness and depressive symptoms rapidly increasing. Data and evidence to date show that self-reported mental health and wellbeing worsened during the pandemic and still remains
World Mental Health Day took place on October 10th 2020. The goal was to help raise mental health awareness and to consider how each of us can make a contribution to ensure that people living with mental illness can live better lives with dignity. The Day provided an opportunity for all stakeholders working on mental health issues to talk about their work and what more needs to be done to make mental health care a
We’re thrilled to announce the launch of our new website. During such challenging times our services are more crucial than ever, and our new website demonstrates how accessible we are with appointments available at several locations across the region, as well as confidential telephone and online therapy support via video links, should clients prefer this. The new website provides details about the conditions we treat and the range of treatments we offer and how they
Mental health services are more in demand than ever, particularly with the effect of the continuing lockdown. To provide more accessibility to those in Lancashire and Greater Manchester, we recently opened new premises in Blackburn. The centre in Blackburn will provide a range of mental health and psychiatric services from our expert team of counsellors, CBT registered therapists, EMDR therapists and Consultant Psychiatrists. They treat a wide range of conditions including: Psychosis Personality disorders Anxiety
Our centres are now open to clients Our centres in Preston and South Ribble are now fully open for consultations and will soon be followed by our St Anne’s centre. Client safety is of paramount importance and we have therefore undertaken several protective measures to ensure you remain safe and comfortable whilst visiting our centres. These include: Appointments All appointments can be made by calling our reception team on 01772 725530 or via email at email@example.com
This year it seems Mental Health awareness has increased hugely even since 4-5 years ago and we should pat ourselves on the back for spreading the word and reducing the stigma, so that more and more people are talking about mental health. This year’s theme is Body Image – ‘Body image’ is a term that can be used to describe how we think and feel about our bodies. Our thoughts and feelings about our bodies
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