Getting Started With 5 Easy Steps
Getting started with our services is easy! Follow the steps below or feel free to get in touch if you have any questions, need any more information or need to check out something with us. We are here to help! Even if you are not sure what type of support, service or information you want or need, don't worry - we will discuss this via email or in-person at the Assessment Session.
Please see the services that we can provide other professionals and organisations with below. More information about our qualifications, therapists, counsellors and experiences can be found in the 'About' section. Of course, if there is something you would like Glasgow Anxiety and Depression Counselling Services to assist with, provide or offer, please get in touch and we can discuss this with you directly. We look forward to hearing from you.
Glasgow Anxiety and Depression Counselling Services can provide training, courses and educational programmes to the public, professionals and other organisations. We can also offer training exclusively to your own organsation.
Our training and courses offer professional CPD and Certificates of Attendance are provided. Training and workshops have been specially developed by mental health professionals and researchers and are evidence-and-experience-based.
We hold licenses for other courses and educational programmes (e.g. Living Life to the Full and SafeTalk). Please click 'Read More' below for more information about some of the things we can offer.
Clinical or Counselling Supervision is extremely important in the psychotherapy and counselling professions for trainees, newly qualified practitioners and experienced therapists/counsellors.
In the interests of clients and therapists alike, most professional bodies for psychotherapy and counselling (e.g. COSCA, BABCP, HCPC, UKCP, BACP etc.) require members to incorporate regular Clinical or Counselling Supervision into their clinical practice.
Clinical or Counselling Supervision is a professional service, rather than a managerial role. Please click 'Read More' below for more information about what we can offer.
Consulting is the service you seek to alleviate or answer a specific problem using the knowledge and experience of a professional (in this instance, a mental health and psychotherapy professional). Consulting can involve short term engagement on one specific topic. Longer-term consulting is often required too. The length of consulting will depend on you/your organisation’s needs, requirements and outcome goals.
Consultancy can involve work with individuals, families, groups, fellow professionals and organisations. Occasionally teaching or training will be part of the engagement. Please click 'Read More' below for more information about what we can offer.
We offer an Employee Assistance Programme (EAP), Therapy/Counselling Referrals and Rehabilitation Service to organisations wishing to provide quality therapeutic services to their employees.
Services include one-to-one CBT Therapy, Integrative Psychotherapy, Groups, Guided Self-Help, Coaching and more. All one-to-one, personal services listed on this website are available to organisations wishing to access EAP, Therapy/Counselling Referrals and Rehabilitation Services.
A Cognitive Behavioural Approach underlines most of the therapeutic services we offer. This approach aims to effect positive change by addressing the client's thoughts, feelings and behaviours. Click 'Read More' below for more information about some of the things we can offer.
We can provide a number of Membership opportunities, including The CBT’ers Club, the Glasgow and West Eating Disorders Networking Group and the Glasgow and West Therapist and Cousellor Club.
Membership allows you to connect with others who have an professional or personal interest in certain topics (e.g. eating disorders) or a professional interest in particualar areas/specialities (e.g. compassion focused therapy or cognitive behavioural therapy).
Please click 'Read More' below for more information about each of these different Memberships, what we can offer and how to get involved.
We have two luxury, comfortable, private and well-equipped rooms in Glasgow city centre to rent on an hourly basis or for longer blocks of time. Non-therapists are also welcome to hire rooms on a regular basis too. Isherwood Room is used primarily for therapy, counselling, interviews and small groups and holds up to 4 people. The Fizgerald Room is set up for therapy and counselling as well as groups, workshops and training (up to 10 people).
Rooms are well-equipped and offer a central location and great transport links. We have a separate website for room hire called Glasgow Therapy Rooms. Please click 'Read More' to be directed to the website.
We can provide a number of Other Professional Services to other organisations and professionals, including training, education, EAP and the other services already highlighted elsewhere on this website. Some of the Other Professional Services we can offer include: