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  • meet the team Ellie Fretwell
    We all have a 'Body Story'; the way our bodies are treated, how we view them, how we learned what the 'perfect body' should be, and what our relationship with our own body looks like. This four-week course is designed to help you to understand and improve your ‘body story’ and learn to accept yourself as you are, through exploring social influences on body image, caring for your body in a helpful way, and changing the way you think and talk about your body. The group is not suitable for people with severe mental health conditions or BMI < 19. The course will be facilitated by Senior Psychological Therapist, Ellie Fretwell.
  • meet the team Ellie Fretwell
    We all have a 'Body Story'; the way our bodies are treated, how we view them, how we learned what the 'perfect body' should be, and what our relationship with our own body looks like. This four-week course is designed to help you to understand and improve your ‘body story’ and learn to accept yourself as you are, through exploring social influences on body image, caring for your body in a helpful way, and changing the way you think and talk about your body. The group is not suitable for people with severe mental health conditions or BMI < 19. The course will be facilitated by Senior Psychological Therapist, Ellie Fretwell.
  • We all think negative thoughts sometimes. These might include unhelpful assumptions, scary predictions, judgmental self-assessments or faulty interpretations of experience. For some, our thoughts are disproportionately or even overwhelmingly negative. A disproportionately negative bias in our thoughts can leave us feeling sad, unmotivated, unvalued and even worthless. But we don’t have to believe negative thoughts. This two-hour workshop teaches about common unhelpful thinking patterns that we all fall into from time to time. This two-hour session will enable you to recognise these in yourself when they arise. It will equip you with tools to take a more balanced or realistic view and minimise the negative effect these thoughts can have on emotions and day-to-day life. The course will be facilitated by Senior Psychological Therapist, Dan Owens-Cooper. Date: Friday 5 February 2021, 2-4pm
  • We all think negative thoughts sometimes. These might include unhelpful assumptions, scary predictions, judgmental self-assessments or faulty interpretations of experience. For some, our thoughts are disproportionately or even overwhelmingly negative. A disproportionately negative bias in our thoughts can leave us feeling sad, unmotivated, unvalued and even worthless. But we don’t have to believe negative thoughts. This two-hour workshop teaches about common unhelpful thinking patterns that we all fall into from time to time. This two-hour session will enable you to recognise these in yourself when they arise. It will equip you with tools to take a more balanced or realistic view and minimise the negative effect these thoughts can have on emotions and day-to-day life. The course will be facilitated by Senior Psychological Therapist, Dan Owens-Cooper. Date: Friday 6 November 2020, 2-4pm
  • therapy counselling
    This is for pre-payment of one-off counselling sessions that have already been booked into our system. Please ensure that you add your Client ID, if known, as well as your therapist name and appointment date/time when making your payment, or any other reference that you may have been given by your therapist when booking in. If you wish to make an appointment with a therapist, please contact us on 0161 456 6799 to arrange. Please do not pay for counselling sessions until you have a confirmed appointment.
  • therapy counselling
    This is for pre-payment of one-off counselling sessions for students that have already been booked into our system. Please ensure that you add your Client ID, if known, as well as your therapist name and appointment date/time when making your payment, or any other reference that you may have been given by your therapist when booking in. If you wish to make an appointment with a therapist, please contact us on 0161 456 6799 to arrange. Please do not pay for counselling sessions until you have a confirmed appointment. When booking a counselling session for a student, a valid student card or proof of current registration is required.
  • Supervision fees for a 90 minute session with a BACP Accredited Supervisor.
  • Student counsellor fee for a 90 minute session with a BACP Accredited Supervisor.
  • You can book a 20 minute follow up appointment with the Dietitian. Add to your cart if you've already had an initial Dietitian consultation and are looking for a follow up.
  • To book an initial 50 minute consultation with our Dietitian, please add this to your cart.
  • Art can stimulate psychological growth and support healing in several ways. I invite you to produce significant personal symbols and tap into universal themes. Art can be a valuable part of the recovery process as it allows you to express yourself through a safe outlet and create an improved understanding of yourself that might be difficult to explain verbally. This three-week course will focus on the effect of the eating disorder, body image and self-esteem as well as promoting problem-solving skills. The exercises will focus on exploring and resolving difficult feelings. You will also learn how art can be adapted as a healthy coping mechanism. You will have the opportunity to share your art, thoughts and feelings with the group members. The course would best suit people who are coming to the end of eating disorder treatment or are approaching recovery. The group is not suitable for people with severe mental health conditions.  No artistic talent or art experience is necessary. All art materials will be provided, but feel free to bring your own. This course will be held on Fridays 5th, 12th and 19th March 2021 from 4:30 – 6:30 pm.
  • meet the team Susan Murnane

    Mindfulness

    £12.00
    An experiential introduction into Mindfulness and how this can be incorporated into our daily lives. The course is a one-off introduction into what Mindfulness really is and will provide you with useful tools for you to use. It will be run by Susan Murnane.