Maidstone and Medway Counselling Service
|Therapies offered at MMCS||21st February 2018|
Therapies at MMCSTherapeutic Interventions Practiced at MMCS
There are a bewildering number of therapies making your choice of practitioner difficult, but don’t be put off, current research suggests that there is no one single therapeutic approach that is suited to everyone. For this reason, our therapists are qualified to offer a range of interventions that are evidenced based and or widely practiced throughout the National Health Service.
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
Is used for a range of common problems such as mild to moderate depression, anxiety, panic, social anxiety and obsessive compulsive disorder.
Interpersonal (IPT) and Dynamic Interpersonal (DIT) Therapies
Have proved effective for depression in randomised clinical trials. These therapies are particularly useful where clients have not responded or do not chose to have Cognitive (CBT) therapies.
Has been demonstrated to be powerfully effective in the treatment of post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Unresolved grief, anxiety disorders and phobias may also respond to EMDR.
Counselling and Psychotherapy
We all have a tendency to repeat patterns of thinking and behaviour in relationships and even though we would like to change we can feel unable to. We offer in depth counselling or psychotherapy based upon Psychodynamic theory.
Check what the National Institute of Clinical Excellance guidelines known as NICE have recommend for a range of emotional issues here www.nice.org.uk
Organisational and Business Services
Our therapists are registered practitioners with a wide variety of national employee assistance programme (EAPs) providers and insurance companies. We provide help to employees who have experienced stress, burnout or a traumatic incident in the workplace.
Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM) – An umbrella term for a range of interventions providing psychological first aid. CISM is a brief intervention used to prevent a traumatic experience becoming lasting traumatic stress. Back to top of page
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