Stockport Therapy Services
At Pure Innovations we are proud to work in partnership with Stockport Progress and Recovery Centre, Your Support and Pennine Care NHS Foundation Trust, to offer quality therapy services to adults in Stockport.
Our team of experienced practitioners can support you with a variety of mental health conditions, such as anxiety or depression, through low-intensity cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT). With our help and support you will learn to manage your feelings and symptoms, guiding you to a successful recovery.
Our team can help you with:
- Low mood or depression
- Feelings of anxiety and worry
- Work-related stress
- Confidence and low self-esteem
- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
Who delivers this service?
The service is delivered by psychological wellbeing practitioners (PWP’s) who will find the support that is right for you. This could be an online or telephone-based course of guided self-help treatment, or a face-to-face course.
Our team listen and respect your views and will never judge. We can support you to develop some tools and strategies to enable you to improve your mental health.
Who are these services suitable for?
Our therapy services are suitable for people aged 18 or above, who are registered with a Stockport G.P.
If, for any reason, our service isn’t right for you, we will make sure that you see the right professional for your situation and get the support you need with the community. Unfortunately, we are unable to provide this service if you are currently receiving CBT or counselling with another service.
Please note – this service is not a crisis service and will not be suitable for you if you are at immediate or imminent risk to yourself or others.
If you feel that you are in distress, for example if you feel at risk of harming yourself or others, then we would urge you to contact any of the following organisations who are able to offer support:
- NHS (non-emergency) 111 (24hrs)
- Samaritans (Helpline) 116 123 (24hrs)
Alternatively, please contact your GP. Or if in crisis, attend your local A&E department. You may wish to call an ambulance on 999.
We pride ourselves on our robust safeguarding procedures to ensure that every person who accesses our services is protected. For more information please see our privacy notice.