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Falkirk Counselling, Psychotherapy, CBT, Couples Counselling,
Addictions, Grief, Loss, Bereavement
Counselling and Holistic Life
in Falkirk and Stirling.
We are complementary health
not alternative health practitioners. This means that we work WITH the
medical profession. If you have an illness or injury, or if you are
going to embark on a new diet, fitness plan or if you have any
uninvestigated symptoms, you must consult your medical doctor.
in Falkirk and Stirling
CCC registered counsellor, Stuart
is a NCP
NACHP registered psychotherapist and counsellor with a MSc
As well as having specialities, both
provide general counselling.
appropriate National Occupational Standards, carry
professional insurance and support AR registration of
therapists. Stuart and Denise are both CNHC registered
regulator and AR).
What kinds of
counselling and psychotherapy are available in Falkirk and Stirling
There are many different sorts
of psychological therapy and theory. Stuart is an integrative
combines elements of many of these in psychotherapy, as needed by the
individual client. These
Stuart is trained in
cognitive behavioural analysis (including the CBASP method) allowing
for deeper analysis of patterns and history than in general CBT.
Analytic methods like situational analysis, significant other analysis,
thought stream analysis, perceptual position analysis, desired outcome
analysis, applied behavioural analysis and other related methods enable
a far more specific analysis of the individual history and
presentation, as well as effective new behaviour and interpretation
generation allowing for more adaptive and positive feelings and
Development counselling: Using listening skills and
appropriate therapy skills to assist a client in moving
in their lives
and tackling blocks and barriers to progress.
emotional counselling: Using
listening skills and appropriate therapy skills to assist a client in moving
in their lives
and tackling emotional issues and problems.
- Clinical psychotherapy: Due for regulation: Using
only specific psychotherapy
skills and methods to address clinical conditions and mental health
conditions directly. This is different to our holistic approach.
- Pastoral counselling: Using
listening skills and appropriate
faith related therapy skills to assist a client in moving
in their lives
and tackling spiritual and faith issues. not used unless appropriate to
individual clients needs, when they express a particular faith interest.
- Couples counselling: Using
couples facilitation and group
listening skills, negotiation skills and other methods to enable better
communication and understanding.
- Addictions counselling: Using
listening skills and appropriate therapy skills including motivational models
assist a client in
moving forward in their lives
and tackling addictions and dependencies.
Centred therapy: A particular method of very much
"listening skills" driven therapy.
- Humanistic counselling: A method
very much focused on achieving
progress in areas of life leading to an optimum state of well being.
- Psychoanalytical therapy:
with it's roots in Jung
Freud. Driven to tackle deep underlying issues and patterns. Business
analysis and NLP analysis models are also common.
Analysis: Related to
psychoanalysis it is a modern model of
and uses modified
terminology. Very useful in coaching and counselling methods,
especially where relationships and interpersonal dynamics are being
- Primal therapy:
Psychodynamic psychotherapy this deals with
primal and crucial experiences, often using rich imagery in the therapy
theory: A number of schools
of philosophy in both the East and
have contributed a range of models and ideas relating to mental health
and how human beings think.
A number of religions in
and West have contributed methods that can be used in a secular way to
assist people. Just as many people enjoy Yoga or Tai Chi in a secular
manner, so mindfulness and meditation techniques can assist without any
psychology: A model which is
in a number of ways and is often used in coaching, NLP, counselling and
psychotherapy. Particular useful models include explanations of how
past events effect us now.
and Symbolism: A number of
thinkers such as Jung, Wagner, Freud and Nietzsche have contributed to
the debate on how symbolism, art and ritual effect us consciously,
spiritually and unconsciously. Various religions in the East and West
have also contributed to the debate. These principles can be used in
holistic therapy to guide personal medications and self development
exercises. Many of the methods used are
combined where appropriate in
Transpersonal psychology / transpersonal psychotherapy. This does not
mean having to convert to or follow any particular faith or belief.
Indeed a strength of transpersonal therapy is to look at common themes
in faith and non-faith societies.
- CBT may be effective
in the management of stress related symptoms such as tension headaches
(according to BMJ Learning)
- CBT may be effective
management and treatment of eating disorders and organically
unexplained symptoms and Irritable Bowel Syndrome (according to BMJ
do I arrange psychotherapy or counselling in Falkirk and Stirling
In the first instance simply email us and we will email you our
information pack and associated information to take a look at. You are
welcome to ask questions and have a brief, free, confidential chat by
email about your needs before making any decision about booking.
Contact Therapy Services
is based around methods recommended in NICE guidelines, and those
fully researched as effective such as CBASP. More information on both
adherence to NICE guidelines and on underpinning research please
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adhere to appropriate National Occupational
professional insurance and support voluntary regulation of
therapists. We are both subject to regulation in therapy. Both
CNHC registered hypnotherapist (voluntary
regulation of hypnotherapy). Both therapists are registered on
both CNHC and FHT PSA Accredited Registers. Professional Standards
Authority Accredited Registers are for healthcare practitioners not
subject to statutory regulation.
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