Services

  • Adult Psychotherapy +

    We offer short and long term psychotherapy.
  • Psychiatric Consultation +

    Including assessment, diagnosis, pharmacological and psychological treatment.
  • Young Adults +

    We offer a specialist young adult service.

  • Child and Adolescent Services +

    We work with children from the ages of five to eighteen offering individual and family therapy. We also offer parental consultation and consultation to schools.

  • Couple Therapy +

    We offer a specialist couple therapy.

  • Divorce and Separation Clinic +

    We provide a package of services for couples in the process of separation/divorce.

  • Family Therapy +

    Systemic therapists see families across all ages.

  • ADHD +

    This specialist service offers full assessment and treatment of ADHD in both children and adults.

  • Perinatal and Fertility Clinics +

    Blue Door Perinatal Service comprises two clinical psychologists who are highly experienced in psychological support and treatment of women during pregnancy, birth and beyond. Both are qualified CBT therapists and provide high quality treatments as consistent with NICE Guidelines. Both are also trained in couple therapy and have over 10 years of experience, leading primary care psychological therapy services (Dr Emma Russell Consultant Clinical Psychologist) and in-patient and community perinatal mental health settings (Dr Fiona Seth-Smith, Principal Clinical Psychologist). Fiona is also experienced in working with mothers and babies where there are bonding difficulties. Both have extensive research backgrounds and are keen to contribute to improving the lives of women and their families through working with individuals, groups and couples.

    Blue Door Perinatal Service can support women, their partners and healthcare professionals to manage and overcome a wide range of perinatal presentations including birth trauma/ PTSD, perinatally triggered OCD, depression in pregnancy and post-birth, tokophobia (phobia of childbirth), couple work and support for partners, and treatment of the full range of anxiety disorders.

    Psychological wellbeing is central to women and their families' capacity to thrive, survive and enjoy the processes of pregnancy, birth and infancy.

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