The Bamworth Approach is an eclectic blend and multi-dimensional approach that adopts a contemporary and flexible style to Counselling and Psychotherapy. The main aim of the approach is to help ease you gently into the sessions during the initial stages of therapy until you are ready to explore things on a deeper level. You only deal with what you can handle psychologically at that particular point in time.
The Bamworth Approach in addition to counselling and psychotherapy, offers Specialist Mentoring for those who do not wish to have therapy but are looking for some guidance on how to cope better with their day to day struggles and all the challenges life tends to throw at us. It is particularly helpful for specific mental health conditions like Bipolar Disorder, Psychosis or Schizophrenia and for those with Aspergers Syndrome or Autism depending on the severity of the condition. Mentoring differs from Counselling and Psychotherapy in that it focuses more on the practical side of things and provides 'Coping Strategies' to help re-balance the mind and promote a greater sense of well-being all round.
Short term Counselling, Long term or Open-ended Psychotherapy and Specialist Mentoring available.
All sessions are completely confidential and non-judgemental. Call today to speak to a qualified therapist about your problem(s) without fear of judgement.
Easy access to sessions via telephone or skype video link allowing you to talk to a therapist from the convenience of your own home.
Sessions are available six days a week Monday to Saturday - early morning to late evening.
If you are experiencing any of the issues below, feeling overwhelmed with having to juggle so many things at once or stuck in a rut and looking for some direction, then perhaps Counselling, Psychotherapy or Specialist Mentoring can help you.
With the constant demands and pressures society places on the individual today, more and more people are beginning to suffer from anxiety. Read More
Anger can be a useful emotion when need be and if channelled effectively. However, it can become problematic for the individual when counter-productive or destructive. Read More
Losing a loved one is never easy and a painful experience for those affected. The grieving process is not straightforward so emotions can fluctuate from minute to minute and from day to day. Read More
It is estimated that at least one in four people in the UK will suffer from depression at some point in their lives and this figure is set to rise. Read More
Loss can be experienced in various forms, from losing one’s freedom, good health, home, identity, financial security/job, mental well-being, possessions to an overall loss of stability. Read More
Problems within relationships are very common, varying from a lack of communication and commitment, domestic abuse, financial worries, incompatability, infidelity to having children. Read More