Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy in Glasgow
Stuart practices psychoanalysis once a fortnight at premises in West George Street in Glasgow City Centre.
What is psychoanalysis and psychotherapy used for?
Stuart works extensively with stress, anger, depression, anxiety, mood disorders, bipolar and other mental health conditions combining CBT based psychological therapy (as recommended by NICE) with psychoanalysis and where appropriate clinical hypnotherapy. Stuart is also trained in other models of psychotherapy and counselling and employs these as well where appropriate in an integrative model adapted to the needs of the individual or couple.
Hypnotherapy as a form of Psychotherapy
Hypnotherapy is used as a form of psychotherapy for personal change, cognitive behavioural change or for treating psychosomatic problems like irritable bowel syndrome (as recommended by NICE). Hypnotherapy is also an effective psychotherapy method for stress and anxiety related issues (as recommended by Anxiety UK) and is often used in cases of phobias, fears, confidence, self image and performance anxiety (including sports hypnosis).
Couples therapy and psychotherapy
Couples are assisted using a psychoanalytic model, focusing on patterns, perceptions and communication. All backgrounds, sexual preferences and types of relationship are welcomed.
Qualified in psychoanalysis, psychotherapy and hypnotherapy
Stuart is a Fellow of the National Council of Psychotherapy, a full member of the National Association of Counsellors Hypnotherapists and Psychotherapists.. He is registered on the AR schemes of both the CNHC and FHT. AR accredited register schemes are maintained by the Professional Standards Authority for healthcare professions not subject to statutory regulation.
Psychotherapy, counselling, hypnotherapy, psychoanalysis, MCBT, NLP, CBT, CBA, hypnosis, hypnotist, psychotherapist, hypnotherapist, Edinburgh, Falkirk, Stirling, Scotland