Affordable Therapy Concepts

Psycho-Education

Ample House, Lincolnshire
0152 253 5555
lindaohern@gmail.com

I run small groups of up to 10 people where you can learn new strategies and start to understand the deeper-rooted reasons which may be stopping you make long-term desired changes. These groups can also help you to realise you are rarely alone in
experiencing difficulties with making a change that has been a major part of your life for a long time. They offer the opportunity to learn about and have some gentle therapeutic input to increase your self-awareness, so you can choose how to start
resolving the issue and make a change. I offer groups that consider eating issues, parenting, self-esteem, personal and professional development and conflict management issues.
I am open to offering other groups, so please ask if you are having trouble with something you feel others may value learning from too because if I have appropriate knowledge or know someone that may be able to help, a resolution may be available.

Eating Issue Groups

Meet like-minded people, that can offer substantial support and encouragement to consider eating issues and body image. Come and explore what might be holding you back from addressing your weight issues. No diet needed or included.

Personal Development Groups – Improving Self Esteem, Assertiveness and Confidence

Are you struggling to reach your goals in life? Do you feel that the targets you want to reach are proving unachievable? Perhaps you have worked to make a positive change in your life but are struggling to see the light at the end of the tunnel, or maybe you’re working towards a point in your career or personal life but would like some support along the way.
Many of my clients have found themselves in a rut. Our group meetings offer a motivational and supportive environment where you can openly discuss your feelings and share experiences among those in a similar mind set.

Parenting Skills Group

Three six-week courses for parents to consider and explore the emotional and psychological development needs of their children at various stages of growth; birth to 2 years, 2 to 12 years or teenagers aged 13 to 17 in a healthy and open environment.

There is no qualification you can gain to become a parent, and even years of experience in bringing up your child cannot prepare you for what might come when your children start school or when puberty strikes.

Whether you are a first-time parent and want to learn parenting skills to look after your new baby, or your child has reached a difficult age and you want to know how to handle the changes, or if you would simply like to understand more about your
own developmental processes and inner child, in order to relate to your own parenting and learning style, my classes can help.

I have put together three 6-week parenting skills courses to suit you, no matter what age you or your children are. The first is to understand and explore teenager development between the ages of 13-17 years. The second is for 0 – 2 years and the
third for 2 – 12 years.

All of the courses involve others so you will benefit from the experiences and support of those in similar situations to you.

Group Therapy in Lincoln

After an initial period of assessment to determine client need, I sometimes recommend group therapy sessions. The support and understanding offered in a group environment can build confidence and help to gain a deeper understanding of the issues being experienced.
Whilst working in a group may seem scary as you are opening yourself up in front of others, it can be the most rewarding and insightful way of doing therapy simply because of the richness of alternative perspective it offers. If facilitated well, inclusion
in the support of others resolving their own issues can be so empowering.

A friendly environment for discussing ways to work towards your personal goals and make changes which may be proving difficult without support whether that involves learning to assert yourself or believe in yourself. Ideal for therapy students, those seeking new career opportunities or anyone who wants to seek insight into their value system, who and what they are.
I offer small weekly groups for clients who have completed a course of individual therapy or psycho-educational group and are ready to share and resolve their issues in a more intimate group environment. I offer small weekly groups for clients who have completed a course of individual therapy or psycho-educational group and are ready to share and resolve their issues in a more intimate group environment.

Eating Issue Group

Change your body image by sharing in a group of like-minded people, that can offer
substantial support and encouragement to consider eating issues and body image
from a different perspective. No diet needed or included.
Eating issues are often established at a young age and are incredibly difficult to overcome. Working with others to understand what your relationship with food is about can be highlighting and life changing. Understanding opens choice and new decisions for the way ahead.
Food is an everyday part of our lives that we cannot simply give up, it often holds a depth of complexity that is difficult to comprehend; whether that is because we over-eat and seemingly lack control or control our intake to the point of making ourselves ill. Food sometimes holds power that is difficult to understand.

Coping With Chronic Illness

Interested in learning how to manage no energy, constant tiredness and physical pain yet continue to find motivation to live a full life.
In a place where you are ready to explore, seek reasons and ways to improve the quality of your life. Then why not come along and work with likeminded people.
Do you support someone with chronic fatigue or PTSD? Then maybe you would like to understand more and feel supported in your care. Then this group is probably for you too.

Seperation Support In Lincoln

Separation Support is about giving support to those who are separating, divorcing, or
divorced, an opportunity to talk in small groups about the emotional and
psychological impact of their situation and the ongoing impact separating can have
on self-esteem and confidence.

The Aim Is

To provide a safe environment for people to meet once a week to discuss the issues
surrounding separation.

To help those whose lives have been affected by this major event.

To give members an opportunity to exchange their personal experiences, enabling them to feel less isolated and more supported knowing that others are in a similar situation.

To reduce the need to over-involve friends and family by the sharing of acute stress, distress and anxiety.

To provide a quiet place to grieve the loss of the familiar family unit.

To discuss the sharing of children between new households and to discuss the loss of a lifestyle.

To provide a place to air grievances, frustrations and anger.

To empower those going through the process to feel in control of what is happening.

To enable members to gain independence.

To provide a place to air grievances, frustrations and anger.

To empower those going through the process to feel in control of what is happening.

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Ample House, Lincolnshire
01522 535555
atconcepts@outlook.com