Psychology In Cheltenham
What Is Psychology
Psychology is the scientific study of the mind and the way it influences and dictates our behaviour, from memory and communication to thought and emotion. Psychology is about understanding what makes people tick and how this understanding can help us address many of the problems and issues in society today.
As a science psychology functions as both a thriving academic discipline and a vital professional practice, one dedicated to the study of human behaviour – and the thoughts, feelings, and motivations behind it – through observation, measurement, and testing, in order to form conclusions that are based on sound scientific methodology.
Sharon has 34 years of experience working in the NHS, private practice and charitable sectors. She has also worked in corporate settings and has an interest in workplace well-being as well as executive coaching and development.
Gianna has more than 25 years experience in providing psychological support to children adolescents and adults. She has a background of work in the NHS, Social Services, Charity organisations and private practice
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The Regency Practice is a beautiful clinic in Cheltenham and features some of the best psychologists in Cheltenham.
Psychology has always been the first choice talking therapy treatment. We have psychologists that are trained and registered with the relevant authority bodies. If you would like psychology in Cheltenham, please take a look at our psychologists practising at The Regency Practice and choose the right therapist for you. We welcome you to come and experience psychologist in beautiful, relaxing and heartwarming rooms and meet the understanding experts.
Please note: All therapists are self-employed and availability will depend on each individual.
What to expect from Psychology
Psychologists try to understand people’s difficulties in the context of their background, life events and also the sense that they have made of their experiences. A clinical psychologist can help you to understand, prevent, and alleviate psychological distress and promote well-being and personal development. The psychologist can study your mind by direct observation of behaviour. This enables the psychologist to advise on the best course of treatment.
There are a few different types of psychology that can be used to help a client, some examples are; Clinical psychology, counselling psychology and educational psychology.
If you are considering psychology in Cheltenham, useful information can be found by visiting The British Psychological Society
Psychology can help with
- Dealing with trauma
- Understanding and dealing with psychosis and schizophrenia
- Speeding up recovery from brain injury
- Improving performance both at school and in the workplace