how we can help

Suffolk Psychology and Therapies offer a range of services to help meet the needs of our clients. We provide adults, children and young people with structured effective psychological treatments for a wide range of psychological issues. All assessments and treatment is carried out inline with the NICE (National Institute for Clinical Excellence) guidelines by an experienced consultant clinical psychologist. 

We also offer a range of other services to businesses and other psychologists. For further information please see below and contact us.

Asessment & Formulation

We offer a range of assessments from Psychological and Psychometric Assessments, Neuropsychological and other Specialist Assessments such the ADOS for assessing autism spectrum condition.

therapy & treatment

A variety of therapeutic approaches can be used based on the needs indicated following assessment. These can be on an individual basis, as a couple or as a family. Therapeutic approaches that can be provided include: CBT, DBT, CBT-E, Eating Disorder treatment, Trauma focused therapy, Cognitive Analytic Therapy or a person centered approach.

training & clinical supervision

We offer clinical supervision for trained and qualified psychologists using psychodynamic, CBT, ACT and integrative models. We also provide training to both the private and public sector or a range of topics from mindfulness to very specific topics such as Autism or stress and anxiety management.

legal reporting

Our Clinical Psychologists provide medico-legal reports for cases relating to individuals organisations, defense and prosecution. For further information, please give a call to discuss your needs with a member of our team.

Why suffolk psychology and therapies?

We provide a discreet, confidential space with qualified clinical psychologists and are usually able to offer you a first appointment within a few days of your initial enquiry face to face or via video conference or phone.

All Clinical Psychologists are registered with HCPC.

What to expect?

1.Once you have contacted us we will arrange a 10-15 conversation over the phone to discuss your needs.

2.We will then suggest a course of action which will usually involve an assessment. Most initial assessments take at least 1.5 hours and can sometimes require a further session depending on the type of assessment.

3. Following assessment we will provide a suggested treatment plan.

Most health insurers can be accommodated providing membership number and claim numbers are provided and the referral criteria required by an individual insurer have been met (which is the responsibility of the policy holder). 

If you are self-funding, you will get a clear idea of the number of appointments required at the initial assessment appointment and pay as you go (i.e. when booking an appointment).