Our Therapy Services

The therapists at Baldovie House deal with a broad range of client issues, mental health presentations and emotional distresses. These include:

  • Alcohol and Substance Addiction
  • Behavioural Addictions
  • Anger Management
  • Trauma and Trauma Recovery, including PTSD and cPTSD
  • Abuse
  • Anxiety and Panic Attacks
  • Fears and Phobias
  • Depression
  • Grief Loss and Bereavement
  • Low Self Esteem
  • Low Self Confidence
  • Abandonment
  • Sexual Abuse
  • Sexuality
  • Borderline Personality Disorder
  • Biploar Personality Disorder
  • DID
  • Shame
  • Sadness

Clients have many reasons for coming to therapy and our therapists offer a respectful, supportive and holding environment where you can explore what you really think and say what you really feel and what you want to change in your life, without the fear of being judged. At the core of our work is our commitment to your confidentiality and our belief that the majority of emotional distress is caused by failures in our relationships and that the repair of that distress comes from building a valuable therapeutic relationship between a client and a therapist.

Addictions & Alcohol

One definition of addiction, taken from Gabor Mate, is the compulsive need to continue to do something despite the negative consequences and to continue to repeat that behaviour. Addictive behaviours are in a sense coping mechanisms which have at some point been a useful way to help a client cope with the world. The behaviour […]

Anxiety, Fear & Phobia

Anxiety is one of the most debilitating experiences that person can have bring somebody to the point open unable to function hold down a job leave the house or even breathe. Many clients have no idea why they might be anxious, they just know that they are and they know that they feel dreadful. Many […]

Depression, Grief and Loss

Grief loss and bereavement are experiences which which nearly everyone will have during the course of their lives. When people or things or jobs are, for whatever reason taken from us, we can  experience deep loss leading to grief and profound sadness. Death and other losses can be devastating, leaving us in a state of […]

Trauma and Recovery

What traumatises one person doesn’t necessarily traumatise another; trauma is entirely subjective and when working with a trained trauma therapist clients can come to express fully how something has traumatised them. Traumas may come from a single event or as a  result of a continuous drip feed from longer term neglect, which results in eventual […]

Couples Therapy

A romantic relationship is one of the closest forms of relationship that we, as humans, create and the nature of these initimate relationships means that they come with different and difficult problems from time to time. Here are a few which are quite common. lack of trust betrayal or affair jealousy lack of communication financial […]