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Delivered in Belfast, Northern Ireland.

  • Clinical assessments
  • Psychological therapies
  • Family therapy
  • Medico-legal reports - inc. litigation, parenting capacity, fitness to plead
  • Occupational health reports
  • Consultancy and training - inc. EMDR Therapy
  • Employee assistance
  • Coping with stress - inc. mindfulness training in Belfast

Many of our clients (adults and children) present with difficulties in the following areas:

  • Anxiety
  • Phobias
  • Stress
  • Depression
  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
  • Post Traumatic Stress (PTSD)
  • Personality disorders
  • Eating disorders
  • Dealing with loss
  • Relationship difficulties

Children and young people

Your younger family member may have irrational fears, be avoidant of other children or school, or be low in mood. Our specialist psychotherapist carries out an initial assessment to identify the source of the difficulty. They then work towards a solution with the support of family members. If the problem needs the support of a multidisciplinary CAMHS team in the NHS a detailed letter can be provided.

Our clinicians are registered with several medical insurance schemes.


Our work with adults can be with couples or individuals. Often we involve other family members, when necessary, to give support.

Some people ask to see our Consultant Psychiatrist as they may have had difficulty tolerating medication due to side effects. Sometimes they find life is out of control and have been referred by their GP or occupational health doctor. When this happens, our psychiatrist carries out an assessment of up to 60 minutes. If medication is required a letter is given to the patient on the day to take to their GP. A detailed follow-up letter is sent to the GP within a few days. If appropriate, a referral for psychological therapy can be made in-house, or through the GP for the NHS.

Older adults (age 65+) are also seen where there is no indication of dementia.

Other clients come directly for psychological therapy. This is delivered by experienced clinicians who offer a therapy appropriate to the client. Referring clinicians are kept informed of progress.

Our clinicians are registered with several medical insurance schemes.

Family Therapy

Also known as Family and Systemic Psychotherapy, this helps people in a close relationship help each other. Family members, couples and others who care about each other are enabled to express and explore difficult thoughts and emotions safely. They can then understand each other’s experiences and views, appreciate each other’s needs, build on strengths and make useful changes in their relationships and their lives. Individuals can find Family Therapy helpful, as an opportunity to reflect on important relationships and find ways forward.

The Association of Family Therapists answers the additional questions you may have about Family Therapy.


These are produced following an assessment interview and review of appropriate documentation (e.g. other expert reports, GP notes and records). These are often known as medicolegal reports which can meet needs for occupational health, litigation and criminal cases. Expert opinion is given in response to the questions being asked. These questions could include:

  • Does the subject have a mental health condition?
  • Is the subject fit to fulfil their normal job role?
  • Describe the subject's cognitive capacity?
  • Given the subject's cognitive capacity and their life experiences, does the subject present a risk to a specific vulnerable person(s)? (e.g. their child)
  • Is the subject fit to enter a plea at Court?
  • Has a particular event (e.g. road traffic collision, injury at work) caused a mental health issue and what is the prognosis for the subject?