Hello and welcome
Welcome to the web site for Phoenix Psychotherapy, based in Cornwall. We offer a number of psychotherapy services delivered by highly qualified and professionally accredited therapists working in a range of different orientations.
For more information of the kinds of therapy we provide click here
Based in Menheniot (between Liskeard and Plymouth) Phoenix Psychotherapy attracts clients from a wide geographical area throughout Cornwall and South Devon.
Therapy sessions are undertaken within a Grade II listed building, accessed through a private walled garden, which is not overlooked. There is full disabled and wheelchair access, and a bespoke therapy bathroom.
Forms of therapy we offer
Phoenix Psychotherapy offers a choice of psychotherapy designed to accommodate a range of treatment needs. Orientations currently available include: Art Psychotherapy, Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, and Jungian Analysis, as well as private Psychiatry appointments.
We provide individual psychotherapy to children, adolescents, and adults as well as couples therapy, and group therapy.
You do not need to know in advance which approach is right for you as you will be offered a comprehensive assessment which will enable us to guide you into the most suitable approach and therapist for your specific needs. At the assessment you will also be able to ask any questions you may have about the different models of therapy and explore with the therapist what feels right for you based on your presenting symptoms and any previous experience of therapy.
For more information on the therapists and their orientations click here
Who we are
Phoenix Psychotherapy was established, and is run by Sarah Hall, an Analytical Psychologist (Jungian Analyst) and Psychoanalytic Art Psychotherapist, accredited and registered with the BPC (British Psychoanalytic Council), UKCP (United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy), HCPC (Health and Care Professions Council), and the IAAP (International Association for Analytical Psychology). She is also a member of AJA (Association of Jungian Analysts, London) and BAAT (British Association of Art Therapists).
With specific experience and interest in Addictions, Sarah is also a consultant for Addaction, one of the UK’s leading drug and alcohol agencies. Working 2 days a week at Chy rehab Sarah specialises in supporting clients with dual diagnosis, complex trauma and PTSD using ‘RAFT’ (Recovery and Aftercare for Formative Trauma), a model she developed specifically for residential rehab.
Sarah is also involved in international dream research, investigating Jungian theories about dreams and dreaming, which informs her clinical work and is contributing to the development of an evidenced based contemporary approach to the treatment of addiction.
With specific experience and interest in Addictions, Sarah is also a consultant for Addaction, one of the UK’s leading drug and alcohol agencies, specialising in supporting clients with dual diagnosis and PTSD. Her role includes 2 days a week at Chy rehab in Truro, where she runs ‘RAFT’ (Recovery and Aftercare for Formative Trauma), a bespoke group psychotherapy programme for adults who experienced trauma in childhood.
Addaction Chy rehab Truro
Previous experience includes:
Delivering training and supervision for Addaction in a national capacity, across the UK in ‘Animate’, an art therapy evidenced based family therapy intervention devised specifically for families experiencing addiction.
Providing individual and group psychotherapy for women with Borderline Personality Disorder at Longreach House residential rehab in Plymouth.
Working in the NHS, for Plymouth Community Healthcare, with patients suffering from Schizophrenia, Personality Disorders, Eating Disorders, Bipolar and other acute mental health problems. She has presented a joint paper on this work with Consultant Psychiatrists Dr Alison Battersby (Plymouth Community Healthcare) & Dr Francis Keaney (South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust) at UKESAD 2014 (UK and European Symposium on Addictive Disorders).
It is not necessary for you to have a problem with addiction to see Sarah, or benefit from her approach. She currently works in Private Practice with individuals engaged in both long and short-term psychotherapy, and long-term Jungian Analysis (usually undertaken twice or three times weekly).
Sarah offers a sliding scale of fees, with some low cost places for individuals wishing to undertake a more in-depth long-term personal analysis.
It is not necessary for you to have a problem with addiction to see Sarah or benefit from her approach. She currently works in private practice with individuals engaged in both long and short-term psychotherapy and long-term Jungian analysis (undertaken twice or three times weekly).
Sarah offers a sliding scale of fees with some low cost places for individuals wishing to undertake a more in-depth long term personal analysis.
For details on the other therapists at Phoenix Psychotherapy click here