We CAN HELP EACH OTHER
MY NAME IS ANDREW PERRY
I believe we can help each other. I specialise in helping by example. I offer a weekly online therapeutic group, free resources, outdoor face to face therapy, clinical supervision and free online initial consultations.
It's ordinary to have times when we feel less healthy than others. Receiving help at these times makes sense.
I am offering that help to feel healthier. I will listen to you, respond to you and help by example. I offer consultations throughout the week.
I know receiving help can trigger different feelings. Perhaps sadness in recognising that we need help, anxiety about the change help brings and happiness about becoming healthier. Feelings that communicate the importance of changing our current experience.
So I invite you to receive my help to feel healthier today.
1:1 CONSULTATIONS : Available between 7/10/22 - 31/10/22 CLICK HERE
THERAPEUTIC GROUP TICKETS : Available for 6/10/22 CLICK HERE
LATEST FREE RESOURCE : Group (2020) Drama series detailing a process of group therapy partially on Zoom. Fly on the wall style. CLICK HERE
What happens in a typical consultation?
THE BENEFITS OF RECEIVING HELP
I have a reputation for putting the needs of my clients first. I do this through warm and safe professional relationships. I work hard independently for you. Evidence for these claims can be found in my testimonials employment history and publications.
I am a qualified clinical psychologist. Registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) and certified by the British Psychological Society (BPS.) I hold a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the University of Leicester (2007.) I receive regular clinical supervision.
I love at applying psychology to help people feel healthier. Using cognitive, behavioural, systemic and psycho dynamic understandings. Each consultation is unique to your circumstances.
'I felt comfortable at every session [of therapy] and felt I could share my struggles in a safe environment.
After my sessions I have felt my anxiety improve and understand better why it happens and how to cope with it.'