As soon as we have a therapist available to see a new client, we will contact the person referred, inviting them to be assessed.

An assessment is a one-to-one interview with an experienced therapist. Assessments may require more than one session and include the use of clinical outcome measuring tools and risk assessments.

Following an assessment, most of our clients are offered individual or family psychotherapy and an appointment with our advocacy service to help with any practical problems, such as immigration or housing.

Due the very high levels of stress and physical pain, some of our clients may be offered one of our pain relief therapies or invited to join a stress management group.