The difference between our psychological team and others
Standard Psychology & Counselling
£50* per 50 minutes
No interim support between sessions
No recovery resources provided
CBT based therapy - Management not recovery
Not administered by recovery specialist
Not recovery based therapy
Minimum 6 sessions (£300)
CBT is not a professional qualification
Recovery rate (Trial) - Under 2%
Our Recovery Specialists**
From £179 for lifetime access
Unlimited interim support by phone/email
Mobile enabled recovery tools and apps
LAR Therapy - Recovery methodology
Administered by accredited recovery therapist
Recovery focused therapy
One fee, lifetime access
LAR is a professional accreditation
Recovery rate (Trial) - 100%
Whether you pay for your therapy or not, if it doesn't create fast recovery, you are wasting valuable time and causing yourself frustration and heartache. Our specialists aren't just mental health professionals, they are qualified recovery practitioners with thousands of hours experience helping people like you to get fast, permanent recovery results.
*£50 is the national average for psychology & counselling, in London and elsewhere this can be as much as £200 hour. Our specialists are much more highly accredited. Our team are the only accredited recovery therapists in the world.
** All of our team are qualified psychologists, psychotherapists and LAR accredited anxiety recovery practitioners.
NICE Guidelines for Anxiety Disorder Support
We provide LAR psycho-educational recovery with peer support by accredited mental health professionals.
Common mental health problems: identification and pathways to care
Clinical guideline [CG123] Published date: May 2011
Peer Support Explained
Peer Support may be defined as the help and support
that people with lived experience of a mental illness or a learning
disability are able to give to one another.
It may be social, emotional or practical support but importantly this
support is mutually offered and reciprocal, allowing peers to benefit
from the support whether they are giving or receiving it.
Key elements of Peer Support in mental health include that it is
built on shared personal experience and empathy, it focuses on an
individual's strengths not weaknesses, and works towards the
individual's wellbeing and recovery.
Though the language of peer support is relatively new in the UK, in
practice self-help groups and mutual support has been around for many
In Canada and the USA, Peer Support in its various forms has been
a widely recognised and utilised resource that has been developing
since the 1960s. In recent years there has been an increasing emphasis
on the value of peer support in the UK.
Research has shown that peer-run self-help groups yield improvement
in psychiatric symptoms resulting in decreased hospitalisation, larger
social support networks and enhanced self-esteem and social functioning.
A peer supporter who offers a listening service is a person who has
been trained in counselling skills that include active listening, verbal
and non-verbal communication, confidentiality and problem solving. Peer
supporters who have completed certain training may then go on to offer
support to their peers on a formal basis.
This involves peers educating peers on specific topics, such as
coping with depression, anxiety or addiction. This will generally
include a group of peers of similar age, status and background to the
people to whom they are delivering material.
Peer tutoring is a model whereby a peer supporter aids a peer,
whether of the same age or younger, with his or her academic and social
learning. The support offered by the peer tutor can be cross-curricular
and take the form of paired reading or paired writing.
One example of a this would be a 'buddy' system in which people
who have received certain training are attached to a new group and act
as a friend, mentor and guide to ease people into a new environment, eg a
Another aspect of peer mentoring is that of a positive role model,
involving a long-term commitment between the mentor and mentee.The peer
mentor is linked to a mentee and has the role of befriender, listener
Conflict resolution is another name for peer mediation. Peer
mediators are trained specifically in conflict resolution skills.They
help people find solutions to disputes in formal and informal
situations. It is unusual to find an organisation adopting just a peer
mediation model, though such a model is often part of a fuller