Cumbria Psychology & Psychotherapy
On-line or in person in Cumbria
Providing a safe therapeutic space to enable change and improve wellbeing
We are a network of independent psychologists and psychotherapists in Cumbria.
We offer psychotherapy for people with a range of psychological and mental health difficulties including trauma, adverse life events, low mood/depression, anxiety/panic & relationship problems.
With Coronavirus remaining a concern for many, we can work on-line with you or, if you prefer, many of our therapists are able to provide therapy in-person in clean, well ventilated rooms with space to maintain social distance.
What is psychotherapy?
Psychotherapy is the process of working with someone to reduce distress and promote wellbeing. There are several evidence based approaches to psychotherapy.
When looking for a psychotherapist we recommend that the psychotherapy training should be at a post-graduate degree level and that the therapist should be experienced in working with the issues you face.
Take a look at our therapist pages and see who you think will be right for you or contact us for further guidance.
Things to consider about psychotherapy
Therapy is not a quick fix
Therapy requires commitment
Therapy can really help
What we can help you with
- Phobias and avoidance
- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
- Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
- Complex Post Traumatic stress Disorder (CPTSD)
- Acute Stress
We offer a safe, confidential and easily accessible service provided by highly experienced therapists to people in Cumbria, Northumbria & South West Scotland as well as more widely online.
Our therapists cover a range of approaches and we aim to provide you with a process that is personalised to suits your needs.
Our main offices are in Carlisle at:
13 Earl Street
We also have clinicians who see clients in Penrith, Wigton & Ivegill in Cumbria