Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and EMDR therapy with a Registered Clinical Psychologist and an accredited Psychotherapist. Provision of personal injury medicolegal assessments of adults and young people (aged 15+). Clinical supervision.
Therapy for Change offers psychotherapy, including CBT and EMDR, for anxiety, depression, trauma, pain, anger, self-esteem, stress, and other life issues for people living in Plymouth and surrounding areas.
In addition we offer clinical supervision and Medico-legal assessments in relation to personal injury
Therapy for Change is located in Plymouth, within easy reach for West Devon and East Cornwall, and is a private practice run by Dr Rachel Clarke. Therapy and counselling, including CBT and EMDR, is provided in a safe and supportive environment. The overall aim is to provide the psychotherapy which best suits you.
Please contact Therapy for Change for details in relation to clinical supervision and Medico-legal assessments for personal injury.
Research has established that CBT and EMDR are effective therapies. Both are recommended by the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE). If you would like to know more about CBT, EMDR or the research there are links from the qualifications page.
I am a Registered and Chartered Clinical Psychologist, an Associate Fellow member of the British Psychological Society, an accredited Cognitive Behavioural Therapist (CBT), and an accredited Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR) Practitioner and Consultant.
Psychotherapy and counselling can help with:
Anxiety – manage and reduce worry
Low mood and depression – lift low mood and increase your levels of energy
Trauma – deal with experiences that have left you feeling unsafe or unsure
Stress and other life issues. – maintain your balance.
Therapy is provided in an accessible part of Plymouth, therefore convenient for people travelling within the city, as well as from East Cornwall or West Devon
“I learned long ago that in order to heal my wounds, I must have the courage to face up to them.” Paulo Coelho