Therapy in Manchester

Therapy in Manchester, Old Bank Street


Looking to begin in-person counselling or psychotherapy in Manchester city centre?

Therapy in Manchester is by St Ann’s Square and provides short- and long-term therapy for adults.

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Interior, Therapy in Manchester

Every Therapy is Individual

People use my service for personal reasons

• because of life’s big events – for example, a change of status brought about by relationship issues, becoming a parent, a change in employment, or a bereavement

• because of day-to-day life – a recurring pattern of thought, feeling or behaviour may have become troubling

• a specific or general experience difficult to put into words

• symptoms such as anxiety, panic and phobia, or depression, low self-confidence, anger, sexual difficulties, and trauma


Therapy in Session

Therapist Paul Melia

I established Therapy in Manchester a decade ago. I draw on two years work as a Counsellor for a leading private health care company, and two years work as Therapist for a North West charity.

I chair the North West Regional Psychotherapy Association and play an active role in the region’s network of therapists.

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Chair and Recliner at Therapy in Manchester

Beginning Therapy

For some people beginning therapy can be both exciting and stressful while others may feel calm and relaxed.

Individual reactions differ though everything discussed is treated in confidence.

The first appointment begins with me saying a few words about our service – confidentiality, for example.

The remainder of our time is then given over to considering what brings you to therapy…

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To Book Your First In-person Appointment

phone: 07592 340 211

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Entrance to Therapy in Manchester

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