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FAQs

Can you prescribe medication?

If you require medication your therapist can refer and/or liaise with external agencies (e.g., psychiatrist, a private clinic, your GP) to ensure you have a specialist in medication management. Your therapist is trained in monitoring patients taking medication as an adjunct to therapy.

Can I speak to you in a crisis?

Mollart CBT Ltd. is not a crisis service. If you need urgent help please contact your GP for an emergency appointment or visit your nearest A&E service. Non-interventional emotional support is available 24/7 from www.samaritans.org.

Will my therapy be confidential?

To meet standards set by The British Psychological Society and The British Association of Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies and for insurance purposes, detailed records of your treatment will be kept. These records are confidential and will only be shared if there is a concern about your safety or the safety of others.
 

No details of your psychological therapy will be shared with your GP or appear on your medical records, unless there is a serious concern about your safety.  If you have any questions regarding this please so not hesitate to ask.

Do you offer therapy to young children?

Mollart CBT Ltd. offers a specialist service for adolescents and adults. Young children require a different set of skills and knowledge and we would recommend you contact a specialist children’s service.