Covid-19 Update

After 5 weeks of closure, due to the Covid-19 crisis, I am pleased to announce we will be re-
opening the centre to all existing and new patients on the 5th of May 2020.


Our number one priority is the health and safety of all visitors to our centre as well as the staff working there and having reviewed all governmental and medical advice, we now feel that it is safe to
welcome everyone to our centre.


However, there will be some changes to how our centre runs to make sure that everyone is kept as safe as possible and we would ask that anyone attending please follow these directions.


1. Please use the hand sanitizers available on entry to the building

2. Please ensure that you always remain at least 2 metres away from others

3. Please do not attend the centre if you have any of the recognised symptoms of
Covid-19 and only attend if you have been symptom-free for at least 7 days

4. Please do not attend the centre if you have been in contact with anyone displaying
the recognised symptoms of Covid-19 and only attend once you have been symptom-free for 14 days after being in contact with them

5. Please use the new waiting area in our meeting room to avoid congestion in the
reception area

6. Face masks are available, please feel free to use them in our centre

7. All areas of the centre are being disinfected regularly, please be supportive of our

If we all follow these rules, we can all keep safe!

Whilst the centre is opening on the 5 th of May not all therapists will be working there yet, and
your individual therapist will be able to advise you of their availability. If you do not wish to
attend the centre for appointments, we are still able to offer video call appointments and
please do not hesitate to contact reception on 07955 803539 or your individual therapist to
arrange your next appointment.


Is your child experiencing difficulties with anxiety, depression, suicidal thoughts, self-harm or any other mental health issues?

We at Teenage Mental Health are here to help both you and your child, we understand the toll poor mental health can take on young people and those caring for them. We can work with you and your child to ensure positive outcomes for all through specialist child therapy.

When you have a child that is ill you want help as soon as possible, often parents contacting us have been on a roller coaster of referrals and waiting lists which only adds to the stress for both the parent and child. To help support you and help you step off this roller coaster we ensure that a first appointment is made available to you within 24 hours of an enquiry, this appointment lasts 1 hour and is free of charge, with no obligation for ongoing treatment. Further sessions are £50.

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This is a very normal emotion to experience, however sometimes, and for some people it can go from being a manageable feeling to one that totally invades their lives, making normal life and interactions almost impossible. We at Teenage Mental Health have years of experience treating children and adolescents suffering anxiety issues, and aim to get children to a place where they are able to better manage their anxiety and start enjoying their lives again.

We can help your child and you escape the vicious circle of mental ill health

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“I've always regarded therapy more as a calling than a profession, a way of life for people who care about others.”

Irvin D. Yalom

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