SOFTMIND CLINICS & HOSPITALS provide service treating a wide range of mental health problems and addictions .We offer specialist diagnostic assessment and impatient services for individuals with mental health needs.

Our specialist licensed psychologists and doctors teams work with individuals with a focus on psychotherapies, Ayurvedic psychotherapy, rehabilitation psychotherapy and psychiatric service.

Our hospital provides facilities single en-suite bedrooms, a fully quipped psychotherapy and ayurvedic services

Services at Hospital

Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT)

CBT is based on the theory that it is not the event itself which we find upsetting, but the meanings that we associate with the event. It is very common for people to start believing their negative thought, even when they are unfounded. These beliefs become so powerful they alter how we behave. As our behaviours reinforce our thoughts, a negative cycle starts. CBT is like an exercise programme for the mind, you repeatedly work on your negative or unhelpful thoughts, finding better alternatives.

CBT is used to treat anxiety disorders, panic disorders, depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder and specific phobias.

Clinical Hypnotherapy

Hypnosis is a really natural state of Mind and is an important part of everyday life. Hypnosis state show that brain wave activity moves from a Beta state to an Alpha state, and sometimes a Theta state. We use a range of different techniques will relax you, make you feel comfortable and work with you towards achieving your goal.

Hypnotherapy is used to treat a wide range of mental disorders including anxiety, stress, phobia, depression, addictions etc

Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT)

Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT)
DBT is referred to as “third wave” behaviour therapies which are all based on CBT but incorporate acceptance and mindfulness in their treatment techniques. Third wave treatment focuses on specific behaviour changes and the achievement of specific goals.

DBT is a short term treatment, and is focused on the achievement of specific goals, as defines and agreed between the therapist and client.

REBT assumes that most individuals strive to be happy in their lives but when obstacles prevent the from achieving this, individuals either respond healthily or unhealthily. Furthermore, events themselves do not create distress but the individual’s response to the event. It is the irrational beliefs that influence a person’s emotional reaction which in turn creates distress. REBT seeks to challenge irrational beliefs and develop more rational beliefs, to help develop a healthier response to events, thereby reducing psychological distress.REBT is focused on helping the individual develop inner skills and resources to be able to challenges their own rational beliefs and choose more adaptive coping responses.REBT is used to treat anxiety disorders, panic disorders, depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder and specific phobias.

Mindfulness Based/Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (MBCT)

Both MBCT and CBT similarly assumes our thought processes (cognitions) influence our feelings and, in turn, our behaviour. But CBT suggests that problematic behaviours or conditions result when thoughts become distorted, often producing uncomfortable feelings, for example, fear, shame or anger. This leads to unusual, repetitive or obsessive behaviour’s as an attempt to alleviate or control the distorted thoughts and feelings. MBCT emphasises practical therapy, that is paying attention purposefully, without judgement and in the present moment. This is used to change problem behaviour. MBCT focuses on specific behaviour and provides practical strategies for coping with current issues.

MBCT is used to treat a range of conditions, including depression, substance abuse, anxiety disorders, PTSD, anorexia, and chronic pain.

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)

ACT works through acceptance of distorted thoughts and uncomfortable feelings. The ACT focuses on strategies to reduce their impact and eventually let them go. Mindfulness and diffusion techniques involve stepping back from negative thoughts.

The ACT is used to treat depression, substance abuse, anxiety disorders, PTSD, anorexia and the pain.

Cognitive Analytic Therapy (CAT)

CAT assumes that our way of thinking influence how we make sense of past experiences and how we manage new emotional difficulties. CAT emphasises our distorted thoughts and subsequent maladaptive behaviours.

CAT is used to treat many issues, including relationship difficulties, anxiety disorders, self-harm, depression and eating disorders. CAT focuses on specific behaviour change and provides practical strategies for coping with current issues.

Therapeutic Guidance and Counselling

Therapeutic counselling is a talking therapy that allows a person to talk about their problems and feelings in a confidential and dependable environment. Counselling therapy is used to help with many different mental health issues including anxiety, depression, stress, personality disorders, stress etc.

Specialised Ayurvedic Psychotherapy

Ayurvedic Psychotherapy focuses on regulating and optimising the functioning of the body. It is clinically evidenced to increase immune function, lymph flow, circulation and regulate your central nervous system. Ayurvedic psychotherapy can be used at treating psychological and emotional issues such as stress, depression, tension etc.



We’ve experienced practising clinical hypnotherapist, consultant psychologist and Forensic Hypnologist in our team to work with people with a full range of mental health problems and emotional distress.

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