Mental Health & Wellbeing Services

We understand that facing and verbalising these challenges can be scary and exhausting, often bringing feelings of isolation or confusion.

Mental Health

Your Mental Health Matters

Everyone’s journey with their own mental health is unique. Life can be hard. Sometimes challenges can feel endless, whether they are related to work, relationships, family, finances, health or just existing and contemplating the meaning of it all. We know the profound impact of persistent distressing emotions, the weight of unresolved grief, the chains of anxious thinking, and the silent battles against phobias or low self-esteem. We understand that facing and verbalising these challenges can be scary and exhausting, often bringing feelings of isolation or confusion. Having to cope with regular stress or distress can make us reach for things that tend to make us feel worse in the long term, such as alcohol, comfort food, or simply avoiding things because of how we are feeling. Rest assured, you are not alone, and with the right support, healing and growth are on the horizon.


Our Services

The Invertay Practice is dedicated to offering tailored interventions for an array of mental health challenges, such as:

  • Anxiety and Panic Attacks: Navigate the storms of anxiety with clarity and calm.
  • Depression: Rekindle hope and rediscover joy.
  • Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD): Break free from the loops of compulsivity.
  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD): Heal from past traumas and look forward to the future.
  • Stress and Relationship Difficulties: Rebuild connections and find equilibrium.
  • Grief/Bereavement: Navigate the maze of loss with compassion.
  • Emotion and Thought Management: Gain mastery over your inner world.
  • Self-esteem Issues: Rediscover your worth and embrace your potential.
  • Eating Disorders: Seek a healthier relationship with food and self.
  • Phobias: Confront and conquer your deepest fears.


Evidence-Based Psychological Therapies

Our Clinical Psychologists and Psychotherapists are trained in a range of therapeutic techniques, ensuring you receive the most effective, evidence-backed intervention. These include:

  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
  • Eye Movement Desensitization & Reprocessing (EMDR)
  • Schema Therapy (ST)
  • Interpersonal Psychotherapy (IPT)
  • Compassion Focused Therapy (CFT)
  • Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT)
Following your initial assessment sessions you and your clinician can discuss the options and decide together which approach is likely to be most suited to your personal circumstances and experiences. You might resonate with one approach more than another, and many of our clinicians work eclectically, bringing aspects of different approaches into therapy in order to meet your personal needs and preferences. 

Question & Answer

A mental health consultation is a meeting with a trained professional to discuss any emotional, psychological, or behavioral concerns. This can be the first step in understanding and addressing your mental health needs

Yes, everything you discuss with your mental health professional remains confidential, with very few exceptions, such as if there’s an immediate threat to your safety or the safety of others.

A typical consultation can last between 50-60 minutes, but this can vary depending on the nature of the session, and the goals of the individual.

No, we don’t require a GP referral, though we are happy to hear from your GP if this is useful to you or them. You can self-refer using our online self-referral form

The frequency of sessions depends on your individual needs and the recommendations of your mental health professional. Some people benefit from weekly sessions, while others might attend sessions more or less frequently.