Mental health treatments
A person’s problems are shaped by their personal experiences and perspectives. Your mental health treatment will be as individual as you are. Smart CBT provides four evidence-based treatments:
Who are our clients?
Smart CBT treats a range of mental health problems, including (but not limited to) panic, phobias, OCD, general anxiety, social anxiety, depression, eating disorders, low self-esteem, PTSD, sleep disorders, addiction problems and stress.
The main service is for individuals, but group therapy can be organised when appropriate.
There are a number of ways that you may be introduced to private therapy with us. Here are some typical pathways:
- direct contact from individual (self-referral)
- health professionals
- mental health professionals
- medical insurance providers
- NHS referrals
- private practice consultants
What to expect
The first step to organising a session with us is a free triage phone call, which will last approximately 15 minutes. If you would like more information about the process of undergoing mental health treatment, we’ve put together a short guide about what to expect.
We are an Ipswich-based practice. If you live far away from Ipswich or have mobility concerns, please consider contacting Smart CBT about online or phone therapy. These are our location options:
Outside with Walking Talking Therapy
Remote or mobile via online or phone
Standard bookings are charged depending on location:
At Smart CBT’s log cabin, online or by phone
One 50-minute session is £60
Walking Talking Therapy
One 50-minute session is £50
Bespoke requests for mental health treatments or for other services (see below), are priced on application. Payment is taken at the end of a session, with either cash or cards accepted. 48 hours notice is required for cancellation. Payment for a session is required for non-attendance or less than 48 hours notice.
Please contact Smart CBT with the queries you have – our psychotherapist, Sarah Gibbs, is happy to discuss any ideas or needs. You may be interested in:
- clinical supervision
- consultancy advice and signposting
- corporate events
- special-interest talks or group facilitation within education centres, charities, societies or social groups
- report writing