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  • 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.
  • meet the team Ellie Fretwell
    This four-week self help programme will help you to identify and explore unhelpful personal and cultural beliefs, attitudes and events that may be causing you unnecessary anxiety or stress in life. You will adopt strategies for adopting a better sense of security. These will include changing certain assumptions, relaxation training and connecting with your potential. The course lasts four weeks and runs on Tuesdays, beginning on the 7th February 2019 from 6:30pm - 8:00pm. The cost is £35 and is non-refundable.
  • 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.
  • meet the team Susan Murnane
    This four week course will teach you a range of relaxation techniques to help boost calmness and confidence within a healthy self-care routine. Progressive muscle relaxation and guided imagery visualisations will be combined with small group discussions on building effective relaxation skills into everyday life. This group is suitable for all. Commitment to regular attendance is essential.
  • meet the team Ellie Fretwell
    This course helps people to have confidence in their own imagination and creativity. We will begin an artistic journal that you can keep at the end which will aim to explore and conquer difficult feelings. The course is ideal for people who feel a bit 'lost', lacking confidence, or struggling to express themselves. It is suitable for those who don't think they are good at art or creative but would enjoy the opportunity to spend time to make something for themselves. We sit round a table rather than in a circle and contribution is invited but not insisted upon. The course will be facilitated by Ellie Fretwell, MA (English Language & Literature, University of Oxford), PG Dip. (Psychological Studies, University of Bolton), Dip. (Counselling Studies, Stockport College); Specialist Certificate in Online Therapy (Online Therapy Institute), MBACP (Accred.). For more information contact the office on 0161 456 6799.
  • Caroline Vermes Director

    Therapeutic journaling techniques can help us improve awareness of our behaviours, emotions and relationship patterns. In turn, this awareness helps therapy work more efficiently to promote change, healing and growth. This 4-session course teaches different types of self-exploratory writing, including engaging with our past, future and imaginary selves. You will do some writing in sessions and in the days between sessions. You will have the opportunity to share some writing with members of your small group to assist with reflective learning.

     You can take this course during or after your one-to-one therapy. No previous experience with journal writing is necessary. Commitment to attendance and regular writing is required along with willingness to share short excerpts of your writing within your confidential group.

    Course fees are non-refundable.

  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) describes symptoms of ritual behaviours that need to be followed to create peace of mind. It can sometimes involve intrusive thoughts about what will happen if the behaviours are not adhered to. OCD tendencies give a perceived feeling of control when other aspects of life feel very unsettling or unmanageable. These behaviours and rituals, however, can begin to take over and may make life harder than it was without them, affecting our wellbeing and quality of life.

    This two-session group course will look at how and why OCD develops, and how it can be addressed. It will look to identify ways to challenge these behaviours and help you regain control. It is suitable for people aged 16+ with BMI > 18 and mild-moderate anxiety or depression as measured by GAD-7 and PHQ-9, and for those who would like to find out more about OCD. It is not suitable for people with severe mental health conditions. It is accessed by therapist referral (for Oakwood clients) and self-referral for all others. If you are interested in the group, please contact us or speak to your Oakwood therapist.