Since opening its doors in 2013, the practice has established itself as a reputable private mental health care clinic within the community and has been able to offer fast access to highly qualified therapists for adults and young people in the local area.

Over the years the clinic has carefully built a diverse network of therapists, counsellors & coaches, with backgrounds including (but not limited to) mental health nursing, psychology, counselling and psychotherapy, who each bring their own experience and expertise to the clinic. Now, with over 25 experienced therapists involved in the clinic, Silver Street covers an extensive range of mental health difficulties as well as becoming the largest EMDR Hub in the area for specialist trauma treatment, providing these services to the emergency services and charities within Essex, as well as to self-referrals.

We live in stressful times and too much strain can affect us in many different ways, psychologically, behaviourally and physically. The conditions featured below are just some of the responses to stress that can benefit from intervention from a professional.

To book an appointment call 07732 066350 or email admin@silverstreetclinic.com

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Family/Couples Therapy
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Psychosexual Disorders
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Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
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Integrative Child/Adolescent Psychotherapy
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Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)
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Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
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Eating Disorders
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Silver Street Clinic, 21a-21b High Street, Maldon, CM9 5PE

This service does not offer a crisis or out of hours service. If you require immediate attention, because you have thoughts of harming yourself or others in any way, please call your GP for an urgent appointment or take yourself to A&E where they can put you in touch with your nearest crisis team. Alternatively, you can also contact the crisis service Samaritans on 116 123 for free.

Find more local crisis number and information here