Yes, absolutely, within the limits of the law. Exceptions are when a person may be an immediate risk to themselves or others. Talk with your psychologist about the limits of confidentiality if you have any concerns.
What types or modalities of Counselling and Therapy do you use?Dr Margo Orum2018-07-05T06:29:49+00:00
Like many psychologists, we select from a range of therapeutic approaches, according to what mix seems best to serve the needs of each client.
This may include Emotion Focused, Narrative, Psychodynamic, Systemic, Schema Therapy, Solutions-Focused, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Mindfulness techniques, and Motivational Interviewing.
Most questions are better answered by our friendly phone team, who can give you more of the particular details you are after. Our phones are answered by a person (not an answering machine) during the following hours;
A panic attack involves a sudden and intense surge of fear that causes a person to feel like they are in danger. Panic attacks are typically brief, lasting less than ten minutes. However, the emotional effect of an attack can endure for much longer.