We’ve included some useful links here for you to visit as you look to learn more about psychology, therapy, coaching, or some other topics we felt may interest you …
www.bps.org.uk – british psychological society
www.emdrassociation.org.uk – emdr association uk and ireland
www.hcpc-uk.org – health professions council
www.babcp.org.uk – british association of behavioural and cognitive psychotherapies
www.associationforcoaching.com – british association for coaching
Therapy and Coaching Sites for Associates of Clerkin Psychology Services
www.fcrconsultancy.co.uk – website of Dr Fiona Randall, a Clinical Psychologist colleague based in Liverpool
www.timelessconsultancy.co.uk – the home site of Dr Jo Neal, a Consultant Clinical Neuropsychologist
www.positivelives.co.uk – Positive Lives is a professional coaching and training practice run by one of our independent associates, Lisa Rossetti. Lisa is a story and writing practitioner, working primarily in mental health and social care, for both organisational and therapeutic benefits.
www.natbalance.co.uk – Natural Balance is a Physiotherapy & Sports Injury service in Chester run by Phil and Lorna Cabral, who will work with you to treat any physical injury or rehabilitation needs you may have
www.creativeconnectionscheshire.co.uk – Julia McGuinness is a psychodynamic counsellor in Chester
www.emmaellis.co.uk – personal and professional life coaching, from another of our independent associates, Emma Ellis, Chartered Psychologist: Positive psychology coaching to develop the personal potential within all individuals to move their lives forward in positive ways
www.yourmediator.co.uk – separation and divorce consultation from my colleague, family mediator and registered MIAMs provider Jen Rumble MNCS(Acc) DipCouns
ptsd – a useful page from the royal college of psychiatrists on posttraumatic stress disorder
http://www.anxietyuk.org.uk – advice for anxiety sufferers
www.ocdaction.org.uk – obsessive compulsive disorder
Other Therapy Services (National)
www.psychtherapy.co.uk – Manchester-based psychologist colleague, Nick Adams
Psychology Direct – the UK’s largest network of independent psychologists.
Jim Lucas CBT provides Cognitive Behavioural Therapies for adults struggling with their mental health. He specialises in the treatment of stress, anxiety, depression, trauma , insomnia and addiction. He is based in the centre of Birmingham.
www.clinicalpsychologydirect.com – Based in the West Midlands, Clinical Psychology Direct offers expert advice, assessment and therapy with Consultant Clinical Psychologists and UKCP Registered Psychotherapists
Shani Blumenfeld is a BAPT-registered Play Therapist in Manchester who helps children understand muddled feelings and upsetting events that they haven’t had the chance to sort out properly for themselves. She works with children and families, schools and the Courts.
Other Sites of Interest
Read Colin’s EzineArticles on building your private therapy or coaching practice
www.bbc.co.uk/news – keep up with current news developments
www.google.co.uk – searching made easy, and much more … on-line documents, calendars, email, etc
www.salaw.com/our-services/family/divorce-solicitors/divorce-questions/ – useful, practical answers to some common questions about divorce, including a section on “divorce and your children’, presented by a London law firm, SA Law (I have no links to SA Law; the page was recommended to me by someone who found it helpful alongside my free “Parenting Together after Divorce” ebook).
www.kaleslaw.com/resources/long-term-effects-divorce-child/ – this page invites divorcing parents to bear in mind that, often, there is a child involved in the breakdown of a marriage and encourages them to give consideration as to how they can work together to reduce the traumatic impact of divorce for children as much as possible. The page has a number of relevant links to associated sites that are worth checking out too. (I have no links to Kales Law; the page was recommended to me by Jonathan (via Kerrie) who found it helpful to him in his own experience of divorce and thought I might like to share it with my readers too, alongside my free “Parenting Together after Divorce” ebook).