Accredited Therapists

Accredited Therapists have attained a high level of professional recognition, which reflects their high degree of experience.  They are skilled in working with relationship issues, anxiety, depression, obsessive or compulsive behaviour, addiction, problems with eating or sleeping, work stress and family problems.

To become accredited, the therapist qualifies and then reaches a higher stage of professional training while gaining further levels of client experience. So an Accredited Therapist is more highly qualified and more experienced than a Qualified Therapist.

All of our Accredited Therapists are fully qualified and then accredited by their professional association, such as British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) or College of Sexual and Relationship Therapy (COSRT); or chartered by the British Psychological Society (BPS); or registered with United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP) .

In working at The Grove, they adhere to the strict code of ethics and are committed to working professionally and confidentially with you. They are equipped to deal with a number of issues that may be troubling you.

At The Grove, each accredited therapist in our team brings their significant experience in attunement with your situation, to lend an ear and offer guiding support.

If you have private health insurance, only Accredited Therapists are recognised by the insurance companies to provide funded therapy.

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