The word ‘psychology’ takes its roots from ancient Greek, ‘psyche’, meaning soul or mind and ‘ology’ meaning study. Psychology itself is the scientific study of behaviour, emotions and cognitive patterns. In other words it involves how a person acts, feels and thinks. Main areas of psychology include educational, developmental, organisational and clinical.

Psychology explores the individual’s symptoms, anxieties and inhibitions which may be interfering with the ability for self-realisation and positive lifestyle behaviours. As part of the process, our psychologists strictly adhere to the professional ethics of complete confidentiality, enabling patients to explore freely and come to an understanding of their thoughts, feelings and behaviours.