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19th December 2014
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Welcome To The Group Therapy Centre - Cambridge


When you’re down and troubled…

Life can be tough when you’re feeling low, anxious, isolated or disempowered. The experience can be highly distressing for you, as well as for family, friends and work colleagues. Getting effective help and support, at an affordable cost, is often essential to help you feel well again.

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Based in Cambridge, the Group Therapy Centre is one of the UK's leading providers of longer term Group Therapy and Group Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. Over the past 45 years we've helped many thousands of people to recover their psychological health and emotional well-being. With fast access and several kinds of psychotherapy to choose from, practised by highly qualified and experienced professionals, it means there's real hope for you; or perhaps someone you know who needs help.

We offer the following group-based therapies. Follow the links for independent information about these therapies, and then come back to make an appointment for a free consultation.

Group Analysis
http://groupanalyticsociety.co.uk/

Psychotherapy 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Psychotherapy

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)http://www.rcpsych.ac.uk/mentalhealthinformation/therapies/cognitivebehaviouraltherapy.aspx

Schema Focused Therapy
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Schema_Therapy

Music Therapy
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Music_therapy







The Group Therapy Centre is part of  St Columba Foundation Ltd, a  charitable company limited by guarantee.
Registered in England and Wales.  Company number 07263550, Charity number 1136632.


 

Contact The Centre

To contact the Centre, please call 01223 357221.
To book an Appointment, please click here. Alternatively, view our general contact details.

Our News Items


Group therapy in action: One person's account of how she was helped.

After more than 20 years with depression, Zoe Lewis thought she would simply have to put up with her illness. But a friend persuaded her to try group therapy. What happened next changed her life.