Find a Counsellor or Therapist
Finding the right counsellor or therapist can be a daunting prospect. We have made it easier for you to find the perfect match. At Drayton Cottage Health & Wellbeing Centre, professionals with considerable experience are on hand throughout the week; morning, afternoon and evening. We also have weekend appointments available too.
Our practise has attracted some of the most experienced practitioners from the Warwickshire and Leicestershire areas. Specialist therapists from outside our region also hold regular weekly sessions to offer a diverse range of treatments. You can read their profiles below or telephone 02477 455 117 and we’ll help you choose the best person to help you.
Before you make your first appointment, you can speak to one of our practitioners as building a rapport is very important. Our selection services make it very easy for you decide. It is so important to feel at ease so we will work with you to find the right match.
How to choose the right type of counselling or therapy
What type of therapist is right for you? This is a commonly asked question. Is it a psychologist, cognitive behavioural therapist, person centred counsellor, psychodynamic, the list goes on? Lots of therapist these days, integrate multiple disciplines as part of their ‘tool box’ of resources to help their clients. Life experiences are so important in counselling and again all our practitioners come with an abundance of this as well as nationally recognised qualifications and extensive practical experience.
To help you we have summarised some of the therapies commonly available below.
Anxiety is probably one of the most common complaints we treat at Drayton Cottage. It affects around 5% of the population; that’s more than 3 million people at any time. To learn more about anxiety, the symptoms, diagnosis and treatment click here. There are also some common associations with depressions.
Depression affects around 2.6% of the population and when associated with anxiety this more than doubles. It manifests itself in a variety of ways. To learn more about depression, the symptoms and treatments click here.