Howard Psychology offers Forensic and Psychotherapeutic services and works with people who present with a variety of difficulties, including histories of trauma and complex trauma, depression, OCD, anxiety, and personality disorder. Howard Psychology specialises in the assessment and treatment of people who have been subject to various traumatic experiences including physical, emotional and sexual abuse, parental separation and loss, attachment problems and bereavement. Howard Psychology The therapies Howard Psychology use are varied and include Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, EMDR, Comprehensive Resource Model, Lifespan Integration and Sensorimotor Psychotherapy.
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is an approach to help people experiencing a wide range of mental health difficulties. The basis of CBT is that what people think affects how they feel emotionally and also alters what they do. During times of mental distress the way the person sees and judges themselves and the things that happens to them alters. Things tend to become more extreme and unhelpful. This can worsen how the person feels and causes them to act in ways that keep their distress...
EDMR is an innovative clinical treatment, which has successfully helped over one million people who have experienced psychological difficulties which originate from some kind of traumatic experience, such as sexual abuse, childhood neglect, road traffic accidents and violence. EMDR is also successful in treating other complaints such as performance anxiety, self-esteem issues, phobias, and other trauma related anxiety disorders.
Sensorimotor Psychotherapy is a body-centred psychotherapy that makes it possible for clients to discover the habitual and automatic attitudes, both physical and psychological, by which they generate patterns of experience. This gentle therapy teaches clients to follow the inherently intelligent processes of body and mind to promote healing. It is particularly helpful in working with the effects of trauma and abuse, emotional pain, and limiting belief systems.
The Comprehensive Resource Model (CRM) was developed by Lisa Schwarz, M.Ed., a licensed psychologist in Pittsburgh, PA. The Comprehensive Resource Model (CRM) is a neuro-biologically based trauma treatment model which facilitates targeting of traumatic experiences by bridging the most primitive aspects of the person and their brain, to their purest, healthiest part of the self. This bridge catalyses the mind and body to access all forms of emotional trauma and stress by utilizing layers of...
Howard Psychology regularly undertakes independent assessments and write reports for Solicitors, Family Courts, Criminal Courts, High Courts, and Local Authorities, relating to children and parents or other family members, as well as risk of reoffending.
Howard Psychology provide supervision to a number of mental health professionals from a variety of backgrounds.
Howard Psychology training in order to maximise your staffs skills and knowledge in the assessment and treatment of trauma