Coronavirus update: Clinics remain closed for all but online therapy
The Clinics will not be able to open to in-person working, as we had hoped, given that Brighton and Hove have entered Tier 4 and the the infection rate locally is rising. In the meantime all of our therapeutic services are available online. These are available to anyone regardless of location and there is no need for GP referral to book an online initial interview. Please check back regularly for status updates as we continue to monitor the safety of in-person working
New Year opening
Virtual Rock Clinic re-opens from Monday January 4 2021.
Stay Safe. Stay Well.
The Rock Clinic Association (RCA), a registered charity, is a community of over 120 psychotherapists, counsellors and physical therapists who are able to offer a wide range of therapeutic services over two locations for six days a week.
The RCA was established in 1990, and continues to be committed to offering low cost and affordable therapy for the community of Brighton, Hove and Sussex.Read more
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— 19 Jan 2014 15:14:58 by Mel Withers
The Rock Clinic is now offering a 16 session course in Dynamic Interpersonal Therapy. DIT focuses mostly on relationship problems. When a person is able to deal with a relationship problem more effectively, his or her psychological symptoms often improve. …read full post