Specialist Mentoring

How Specialist Mentoring Can Help

The Bamworth Approach offers specialist mentoring sessions for those who do not wish to have counselling or psychotherapy but would like a little guidance on how to be able to cope better during challenging or difficult times. Mentoring is instructive in nature and largely solution based, offering a variety of helpful coping strategies that can be used on a daily basis to help focus the mind and promote a greater sense of well-being which in turn can lead to an increase in creativity and productivity. When put into practice and used regularly, these coping strategies can also help to decrease anxiety and stress levels thereby improving poor mental health and promoting a greater sense of equilibrium.

Specialist mentoring is particularly helpful for exploring difficulties like:

Specialist mentoring can also be very helpful for those with ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder), Autism or Aspergers Syndrome, Bi-polar Disorder, Dyslexia, Psychosis and Schizophrenia.

Over a period of time specialist mentoring can help:

The ultimate aim of specialist mentoring, is to help provide you with a space to talk to a professional in complete confidence about your difficulties be it is as a result of poor mental health or for any other reason, without fear of judgement. Mentoring is non-judgmental of age, creed, culture, disability, gender, race or sexuality. All sessions are specifically tailor-made to the individual to help with your own unique experience of processing emotions, feelings and thoughts.

“Suffering from poor mental health or psychological distress is not a choice made by the sufferer therefore, the word ‘shame’ should never be associated with it. Given the choice, if it were completely possible to do so, we would all choose to have good mental health throughout our life span. Talking about it can help.”
- The Bamworth Approach


Monday - Friday
7.00 am - 11.00 pm

10:30am - 2:30 pm

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