The Crisis Clinic provides help for people across a broad range of psychological difficulties including depression, anxiety, stress, and trauma (PTSD).
We are proud to have effectively supported people from many different walks of life, and at the heart of our service are a number of core values which guide our work and enable our clients to receive the best care possible, regardless of their characteristics, background or social status.
We believe that our clients are all unique, as are their experiences.
Our person-centred commitments to you are:
- Not to evaluate, judge, criticise, disparage or invalidate you, or your values, feelings, reactions, assumptions, conclusions or thoughts
- Take responsibility for your recovery without dominating you
- Not to interpret for you, nor advise you
- Not to label, nor attempt to diagnose you with any illness or condition
- To be interested in you and your needs at all times
- To always try understand you, and always support you
- To Maintain a firm and primary intention to help you
Other reasons why the Crisis Clinic is different:
- We do not believe in limiting session times, as this can prevent resolution and encourage dependency on regular interventions as a ‘coping’ strategy. If you book an appointment at the Crisis Clinic, it will only end when you are in a better place and happy to end the session yourself.
- We will not give you ‘homework’
- We do not teach coping mechanisms – if you’re issues are resolved, there should be nothing to ‘cope’ with – surely?
Located in Ransom Wood, Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, the Crisis Clinic is a peaceful and discreet option for those who feel that privacy is of importance to them.
You can contact us confidentially here