Known to RSCPP 4+ years 61% of enquirers became clients
- Self Harm The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) recommends Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) for self harm.
- Glaziers Lane, Normandy, Guildford, GU3 2DT Map
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CBT ReviewAfter 5 sessions with Emma I decided that the time was right for me to move on and to focus on looking forward. Prior to meeting Emma I had been affected by a significant family trauma that I had been trying to cope with by myself. After 6 months it became clear to me that I needed help and so I reached out to Emma. Easy to engage with, Emma really helped me over the weeks that I saw her and I'm sure without her support, guidance and gentle challenges that I wouldn't have moved forward in such a positive way. Through both the session work and areas she gave me to think about in the week I have slowly re-pieced my life together and challenged some of the ways I managed things. I feel good about myself and life and feel lighter and more positive than I have for a long time. Emma has been positive, gently challenging and empathetic. She has not judged but had understood the seriousness of what had happened in my life. She is flexible and warm and I would thoroughly recommend her skills to anyone needing to reach out for help.