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Advice on finding a good 'alternative' Therapist as well as a CBT Therapist - Derby
I am really struggling to know where to start, and have now lost my will to live in the scope community search bar.
I have a lot of complex issues so let's start with the Easy one. I need to find a good CBT therapist that isnt from Trent PTS, that will be able to help me work on my NEAD (NonEpileptic Attack Disorder). My NEAD relates to my Fibromyalgia and is affected by similar things, such as emotional distress. I have been advised to have CBT, to help me with my triggers and similar stuff. I previously didn't get on with CBT but have been advised if it is focused on my seizures i may get on better, also if its not through Trent PTS as it was last time. Does anyone have any reccomendations on where to start? As I'm not 100% sure what to look for in a therpist etc.
Now to the kind of complex bit, apologies in advance.
I have a lot of 'issues' relating to multiple parts of my life. These range from disability related, to food, weight, and a whole mess of other things - a lot of which stem from bullying throught my childhood development. I have a vague idea where a lot of it comes from, so know i need to start getting a handle on it if i want to start getting better - both mentally and physically.
This is where the problem lies, as I have been in and out of 'Talking Therapy' since i was about 13/14; first with CAMHS and then with school and college apointed councellors. None of that helped me, and in fact in some cases made me worse.
I have been looking into the possibility of some form of Arts therapies, as i used to do it as a job (one of the main reason i got into that line of work is i knew it would have helped me if i had gotten access to it). Does anyone know of any Arts based therapies, or similar, in/around Derby, as It's been a bit difficult to research.
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