Talking Therapies

Talking Therapies

Talking therapies, or psychological therapies, are effective and confidential treatments delivered by fully trained and accredited practitioners. They can help with common mental health problems like stress, anxiety and depression.

Talking Therapies at NIHP Durham

What are Talking Therapies?

We all have mental health, and what causes us worry and affects our daily lives may vary between each of us.

Thoughts, feelings, what we do, and how our bodies feel, are all connected. Therapists work to help us notice and challenge patterns of thoughts or behaviours so we can feel better.

What’s important is that the right information is provided, and that none of us are alone in our journey.

Support is available… it’s a case of finding what works best for you, whether that be self-help, professional guidance or medical treatment.

What can Talking Therapies help with?

Therapy is for anyone who’s going through a bad time, or has emotional problems they need help with….

  • having panic attacks
  • struggling with flashbacks and nightmares
  • feeling low and hopeless
  • finding it hard to cope with work, life or relationships

Other things that talking therapies can help with include…

  • constant worrying
  • obsessive thoughts or behaviours
  • fear of social situations
  • constant worry about your health
  • phobias

Below you will find therapists that work from Northern Integrative Health Practice here in Sacriston, Durham. To book an appointment, please contact therapists directly.

Tim Grace Talking Therapies in Durham

Tim Grace

07935 555 007

Dr Lynne Howey - Clinical Psychologist

Lynne Howey

Awaiting contact details

Dr Hannah Barraclough - Clinical Psychologist in Durham

Hannah Barraclough

Awaiting contact details

Talking Therapies with Dr Caroline Murphy

Caroline Murphy

Awaiting contact details

More information on Talking Therapies

For information on the differences between therapists, how to choose the best one for you and what questions to ask, check out Visiting a Counsellor v. Psychotherapist.

If you need help contacting one of the therapists listed on this page, just give us a call on 0191 398 0000 or drop us a line by email. Please note that we cannot book appointments for you.