Pattigift psychotherapy & counselling service

About ‘Pattigift psychotherapy & counselling service’

Our approach to psychotherapy is Psychodynamic or Integrative, founded on an African centred psychological understanding, the underpinning philosophy of Ubuntu. Ubu, the interrelatedness of all humanity, indivisible wholeness; and NTU pronounced IN-TO) refers to the universal/unifying life force, the capacity for self-healing. We are mindful of the effects of all forms of oppression in particular those forms that have been internalised.

This service is part of the organisation called Pattigift Therapy

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Main site

Location Main site, 4th Floor, Coleridge Chambers, 175-77 Corporation Street, Birmingham, B4 6RG
Opening hours
9:00 am to 8:00 pm
9:00 am to 8:00 pm
9:00 am to 8:00 pm
9:00 am to 8:00 pm
9:00 am to 8:00 pm
9:00 am to 4:00 pm
(Closed All Day)
Transport links

Our offices are located close to Snow Hill, Moor Street, and New Street rail stations. There are bus stops within 200 metres of the office. Buses, from most areas of birmingham pass close by.

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Main site

Taking on new patients? Yes
Accessibilty Public transport access Parking Disabled parking Wheelchair friendly British Sign Language speakers
Costs Service is fully funded
Waiting time No more than 1 week
Treatment time No more than 4 weeks
Languages English French
Exclusion information Persons who have a primary presentation of substance misuse.

What help is there?

Languages spoken English French
Therapy or support
Cognitive/Behavioural
Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT) Anger Management Behavior therapy Cognitive/Behavioral Therapy Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy
Counselling, psychodynamic, psychotherapy
Brief dynamic therapy Counselling Psychoanalytic psychotherapy Psychotherapy
Family or couples
Couples therapy Family therapy Parenting Skills
Integrated
Integrative psychotherapy Psychology
Social
Interpersonal psychotherapy
Humanist and positive psychology
Person-centered therapy
Professional type
Youth support worker
Youth support worker (other qualification)
Psychologist
Psychologist (other qualification)
Psychotherapist or psychoanalyst
Counsellor/psychotherapist (UKCP) Psychotherapist (other qualification)
Other professional
Mental health nurse (dipHE) Mental health or social care professional (other qualification)

About me

Age 6-18yrs 19yrs +
What's on your mind?
Relationship problems
Abuse (sexual) Abuse (psychological/emotional) Child abuse (physical) Child abuse (sexual) Child abuse (psychological/emotional) Depression Domestic violence Domestic violence Child Rape Social anxiety
Difficult feelings
Affective disorders Agoraphobia Anxiety disorder Bipolar Depression OCD Panic Disorder Phobias PTSD Schizoaffective disorder Sleep disorders Social anxiety Stress
Bereavement and loss
Bereavement and loss
Physical health and pain
Chronic illness
Mood Problems
Mood Problems
Behaviour
Personality disorders Seriously Emotionally Disturbed (SED)
Unusual experiences/psychosis
PTSD Schizoaffective disorder Schizophrenia

Who can benefit?

Groups
Teenagers
Adolescents
Young Adults
Adults
Children
Children
Parents, guardians and families
Parents/Guardians
Characteristics
Ethnicity/Culture
White and Black African White and Black Caribbean African Caribbean Any other black background
Gender
Male Female

Where can I go?

Service type
Community teams
Counselling services in primary care Improving access to psychological therapies (adult, IAPT)
Social and life skills support
Social and emotional learning programmes
Place In the community