We can offer a variety of interventions

One off interventions

At times of change or stress, or when they are feeling ‘stuck’ in some way, people may value a one off facilitated and focused conversation to explore their situation, clarify the issues, and find the first steps of a plan. We are happy to provide one off consultations.


Coaching is a form of personal and professional development with the aim of helping people find ways to progress creatively in their lives and work. The focus is on exploring possibilities, building on strengths, developing potential and experimenting with alternatives. Coaching offers an invaluable space to reflect on the current situation, assess needs and interests, and refocus goals and ambitions.

Therapy for adults

Psychotherapy should “make one feel that he or she has come alive” (Kelly).

In Personal Construct Psychology a psychological problem is understood as "Any personal construction which is used repeatedly in spite of consistent invalidation."  An example would be someone who is constantly unhappy no matter how often people say good things about her. Her personal construction “I am no good” is used repeatedly in spite of people telling her they value her (thus invalidating her idea of being “no good”).

So the aim of therapy is to look at the person's construing system and to understand where it is not working well for them, and to experiment with change.

Psychotherapy involves looking at alternative ways of construing from a new perspective; one that allows the choices that lead to elaboration. 

At its best Psychotherapy is “an enlivening and awaking kind of experience; a life giving inspiring enterprise” (Epting).


Specialist supervision is essential for people looking to apply PCP in their working environment. We offer opportunities for supervision to people with a range of expertise and in a variety of settings. We can also suggest colleagues who might be able to provide this service.

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