A Professional Psychology Service Ready To Help You Create Positive Change
Welcome to The Cotswold Centre For Trauma Healing. We are a private psychology consultancy providing tailored solutions to help our clients overcome a range of challenges in their lives. With over 20 years psychology experience we can help with recovery from trauma and PTSD, personality disorders, anxiety, issues with self-esteem and many other problems.
Our online therapy sessions provide all of the benefits of our face to face sessions while allowing you to stay within the comfort of your own home. You will have sessions with a dedicated, highly trained, psychologist or psychotherapist who will work with you during scheduled video calls to overcome any particular issues you are facing in your life.
Online Yoga Classes
Unfortunately, our Craniosacral and Calatonia treatments are currently on hold as they are both body-oriented therapies which require being physically present with the practitioner. The good news is that we’re now offering online yoga sessions as an alternative body-focussed therapy. Each weekday there will be a class available for you to join from home. These are wonderfully calming classes, comprising a blend of asanas with breathing awareness and a deep focus on spiritual wellbeing and resilience.
In the face of all the uncertainty and change which the COVID-19 pandemic is bringing, there are many inspirational thinkers and speakers who have been lighting the way and providing resources to nourish our spiritual strength. We’ve created a list of some of our favourites here.
COVID-19 And Alcohol
During uncertain times such as our current COVID-19 lockdown, alcohol has the potential to become more than just an occasional relaxing treat. Instead, it could quickly become an unhealthy escapism for those struggling to assimilate the unexpected changes to their daily lives.
Stress & Trauma Specialists
Traumatic life events can manifest themselves in many ways and they can affect your body, mind, sense of self and your personality. Reactions to trauma often occur shortly after experiencing a traumatic event but they can also lay dormant and emerge weeks, months, or even years, later. Reactions to Trauma can include repeated intrusive memories, thoughts and perceptions. Avoidance Reactions are also common, such as striving to avoid people, situations, activities, conversations or objects related to the traumatic event. Negative changes in mood and thought patterns often occur. A persistent nervous or anxious energy with an inability to concentrate can be another result of dealing with a traumatic event.
We have been specialising in helping clients overcome stress and trauma related illness for many years. Dr Claudia Herbert is an internationally renowned pioneer in the field of trauma psychology, having written many books and delivered talks and workshops on the subject. Our approach to therapy at The Cotswold Centre For Trauma Healing uses our team’s collective experience within the field of trauma therapy and facilitates a compassionate and empowering recovery from stress, trauma and PTSD
Let Us Know How We Can Help
Are you considering having therapy with us?
Please telephone or email us, or use our contact form to arrange an appointment or find out more about our therapeutic process. We will be very happy to help. The Cotswold Centre For Trauma Healing offers appointments in Stroud, Gloucestershire or, alternatively, we also have a sister centre in Witney, Oxfordshire. If you are unable to travel to either centre, appointments may be arranged at a convenient location such as at home or in the workplace. Telephone and interactive web-based consultations may also be available. Contact us to find out more.
Tel: 01453 297911
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