has its head office in Belfast.
We treat our clients with the utmost respect and provide them with quality
psychiatric assessments and psychological therapy that
is most appropriate to their needs. Our team of therapists are
skilled Psychiatrists, Clinical Psychologists
and Psychotherapists who can treat a range of psychological difficulties. The
multi-disciplinary team bring a wealth of experience for the benefit of our
is our purpose
people overcome their limiting thoughts, emotions and behaviours that deny them the opportunity to live a fulfilled life.
clients, from children through to elderly adults, overcome many different
psychological and behavioural difficulties. These may include anxiety in
particular situations (inc. phobias), low mood (depression), post
traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
(OCD). We also offer psychological therapies to assist people deal better with chronic pain.
We have expertise
in the assessment, treatment and research of traumatic stress. We
regularly see people suffering from the aftermath of exposure to traumatic
incidents (e.g. witnessing people killed or injured, physical assault, car
crashes, rape or sexual assault).
also able to offer you an
Employee Assistance Programme
and post critical incident crisis support. Another area we have developed
is workplace mediation.
A number of our team are EMDR Europe Accredited Consultants. They assist other
therapists to improve their
therapy practice through ongoing supervision and training new entrants. Our Principal is
also an EMDR Europe Accredited Senior Trainer.
ethos is to engage in clinical research to further the knowledge base and
understanding of the psychological aspects of trauma.
in Belfast but see people from throughout Ireland. We regularly see
clients from Great Britain.
We will be delighted to discuss your needs.
we primarily offered therapies for post traumatic stress, but because of our skills in dealing with
other problem areas we received many new referrals from medical colleagues.
We started out in 2002 as
Trauma Management &
and had a different logo. The seahorse had a particular significance for
us in that its Latin name (hippocampus) is the same as a structure in the
brain that is responsible for processing our sensory experiences; when we suffer
trauma, often the events become stuck in the central nervous system and remain