Psychotherapy

Psychotherapy is a method of treating anxiety, depression and other psychological difficulties, by working with a psychotherapist about feelings and how those feelings were developed.

How does Psychotherapy treatment help?

Psychotherapists work with patients on how past experiences can inform the present and how to deal with this. By recognising this connection, people can learn to accept themselves and find more fulfilling ways of living each day.

Psychotherapy at Nightingale Hospital London

At Nightingale Hospital psychotherapy treatment can be accessed in an individual or group setting as part of an outpatient, day patient or inpatient programme here in London. To understand the most suitable for your needs and personal circumstances our team would welcome your call.

We have a number of Psychotherapists with a breadth of experience to match your individual situation. We establish successful patient/therapist partnerships and achieve the most effective therapeutic relationship due to this extensive expertise. We will take the time to understand your problem and individual needs.

Is Psychotherapy treatment right for you?

Psychotherapy can be used to treat the mental health conditions listed below. The expected outcomes are reduction or elimination of symptoms causing mental distress, a greater understanding of the problems you face and strengthened coping skills. Commitment, motivation and individual responsibility is the key to success.

If you need advice on the type of therapeutic treatment and intervention right for you, we would welcome your call so you feel secure in the decisions you make. For severe mental health conditions you may find it hard to address distressing feelings and a Consultant Psychiatrist may suggest medication in addition to therapy.

Please contact us confidentially on 020 7535 7700 24 hours a day.