Private & compassionate therapy.
Elephant In The Room Ltd. Psychotherapy is a safe place for you to explore any difficulties you may be experiencing.
Eye movement desensitisation and reprocessing evidence-based therapy
Cognitive behavioural therapy is an effective, structured modality of therapy.
A range of services aimed at helping your business grow, by investing in your staff.
Hello! I’m Jo
Founder of Elephant in the Room Psychotherapy Ltd.
BABCP Accredited Cognitive Behavioural Therapist
My passion is to provide high quality, effective and responsive therapy to those in need. I have over twenty-five years experience of working with people experiencing mental health difficulties, in a variety of fields. I have worked in residential settings, high-security establishments and community services. I aim to provide individuals with a confidential and therapeutic space to explore their issues in a non-judgemental setting.
Elephant in the Room Psychotherapy ltd also continues to build partnerships with companies, both large and small (including NHS) to help break down the stigma of mental health. Elephant in the Room Psychotherapy ltd aims to start to normalise discussing mental health and encourage us all to engage in compassionate and meaningful conversations.
We believe that a simple and caring conversation can make a huge difference to people’s lives and overall experience.
First step …
You may have accessed this website because you are looking for support with a particular difficulty or you want to know more about what therapy entails. Making the decision to enter therapy is a brave and positive first step.
Next step …
Elephant In The Room Ltd. is with you every subsequent step of the way and will work alongside you to assist you in regaining control of your life.
Moving forward …
Once you’ve made the decision that you wish to enter therapy, Elephant In The Room Ltd. is able to offer you either group or individual therapy, where appropriate. For more information please click on this link.
How We Work
Our philosophy as therapists is that we may have experience in working in mental health and knowledge regarding certain problems, but you are an expert with regards to you. We, therefore, see the therapeutic process as a mutual journey where we work together to help identify and work through problems you have identified as causing you difficulty.
Our entire team is committed to ethical working. As your therapist, we will ensure that we offer a safe place to explore and learn from issues causing you anxiety and upset. We feel very strongly that a key part of effective therapy is introducing and maintaining professional boundaries from the outset and this is an integral part of our practice. You can therefore expect the following from our sessions:
> To be treated with respect and understanding
> To be our priority during our sessions
> For us to be transparent and honest in my practice
> To receive a professional service
This is supported by the fact that we are fully DBS checked in addition to being covered by professional liability insurance.
We are passionate about helping people regain control of their own lives. Our work from the outset is about enabling you, as our client, to develop and practice tools that you can use in your life after therapy. Therefore we will be working together towards your recovery.
" Thank you just doesn't come close to what I feel. But for the want of other words they are deep felt. I was scared to start with, but you quickly gained my trust and that is a huge deal to me. I wish you all the best and may you help many many more people."
"I started therapy worried about not clicking with my therapist. But at all times I have felt comfortable and safe. I am blown away with the progress I have made and of how much of a massive impact this has had on me."
"This has been a great experience. I was doubtful at first but its been such a positive experience. I was able to feel comfortable, talk freely and connect with Jo. To be able to speak confidentially made it worth while."
Elephant in the Room Ltd. Psychotherapy is not an emergency service. If you are in crisis and need urgent support or are worried about immediate risk of harm to self or others, please call 999. Alternatively you can contact your GP and ask for an emergency appointment or visit your local A&E department. You can also contact the following services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week: NHS Helpline (111) and the Samaritans (116 123)