Often referred to as the 'Talking Therapies', our team of caring professionals specialise in: Psychotherapy, Counselling, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Clinical PsychologySee Counselling & Psychotherapy
Hypnotherapy is effective for habit breaking, such as stopping smoking and weight control; PLUS overcoming simple phobias, such as fear of flying, spiders, performance anxiety, etc.See Hypnotherapy pages
One of the key areas of focus and expertise at Asana is Counselling, Psychotherapy, Clinical Psychology, Cognitive and Clinical Hypnotherapy and Coaching. We recognise that the pressures and challenges of modern life can have a distressing detrimental effect on an individual’s ability to lead a fulfilling life in so many ways. So if you are experiencing feelings of anxiety or depression arising from difficulties to do with relationships, work, health, post traumatic stress or any other issue, then please call us. We have a wonderful team of professionals, each with their own specific area of expertise, including Couple Psychotherapy and Families with Complex Needs, Child and Adolescent Mental Health, Disability Psychotherapy, Sex Therapy, Eating Disorders, Complex Trauma and much more, through to Career, Communication, Performance, Self Protection and Nutrition Coaching programmes. All are able to offer their clients the best treatment and counselling or coaching in a discreet yet professional environment of comfort, safety, understanding and confidentiality.
Counselling can be provided for individuals or couples, children, families and in groups. Read more in the Talking Therapies pages. Coaching can be provided for individuals or teams.
Please go to 'The Team' to view the in-depth profiles for all Counselling, Psychotherapy and Cognitive Hypnotherapy specialists and Coaches and Trainers. Most list their own personal websites where more detailed information of what they treat and how, can be found.
The Mental Health Foundation have produced an extremely useful and informative booklet called "Talking Therapies Explained". You can read it here: https://www.mentalhealth.org.uk/sites/default/files/talking_therapies_explained.pdf