Wokingham Psychology  Woosehill Medical Centre Fernlea Drive Wokingham Berkshire RG41 3DR

 

Mental Health and Psychological Difficulties

We help to treat all aspects of mental health, life difficulties and psychological issues, if you do not see the condition or situation you are facing feel free to call us to see how we can help. If we cannot help we may be able to sign post to the most appropriate professional or organisation.

 

At Wokingham Psychology we have access to a number of different kinds of psychological clinicians including Consultant Psychiatrists, Counselling Psychologists, Clinical Psychologists, Psychotherapists and Counsellors, which enables us to be able to provide treatment for all aspects of mental health and support and therapy for many kinds of emotional and life difficulties including bereavement and loss, low self esteem, bullying, redundancy and relationship breakups.

 

How long will I be in therapy?

 

The length of treatment depends on the nature and severity of the issue. Many patients require 6 - 10 weekly sessions, whilst others may require longer term treatment. The length of treatment can be discussed prior to the initial appointment by calling us or we can arrange an appointment to meet with one of the psychotherapists to talk through different treatment options.

Click on the links in red to read more about each condition and how we may be able to help. If you do not see the situation that you are facing, please feel free to call us to discuss whether we feel we can help. If we cannot help we may well be able to sign post you to an apporpriate clinician or service.

 
How long will I have to wait for an appointment?

 

Depending on the clinician you are wanting to see we aim to be able to offer an appointment within a week of enquiry. If you are unsure of who would be the most appropriate clinician to see you Dr Christian Buckland, Psychotherapist, would be happy to see you for an initial consultation to look at your situation and to help identify ways of moving forward.At this point he may recommend to continue working with him or may refer you to one of his colleagues. If you are using private medical insurance to fund your treatment you may find that the insurance company will require a referral letter from your GP to be sent before authorising the appointment.