Our service can offer medication which is an important part of treatment. Medication relieves symptoms which can help in many ways such as
- slowing your thoughts down
- helping you get better sleep
- help lift your mood.
Alongside this we also offer psychological interventions that are tailored to your needs, which help reduce the distress associated with psychotic symptoms. You will never be expected to discuss anything you are not comfortable with and the sessions go at your pace.
Using different techniques such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) can
- provide helpful ways of coping with your symptoms
- work through any trauma you feel needs to be addressed
- equip you with tools and tips to help with staying well
Independent Placement Support
We have a specialist team that help specifically with getting you back into employment or education once you are in a position to do so . Please see our resources page for more information.
We also run a number of social groups that enable you to meet others under our service and practical groups. This includes our drop-in service, allotment group and walking group. Please see our events page for more details.
We offer Behavioural Family Therapy