The journey of life has its setbacks, stresses and sometimes outright euphoria you need not allow these to develop into chronic and life interfering challenges. At Millo we offer two closely related talking therapies namely Counselling and Psychotherapy to help you regain the initiative in your life. In addition we offer a self-directed tool called WRAP (Wellness Recovery Action Plan) used to improve one's wellbeing and support their journey of recovering their wellness. We also offer services such as Retreats, Training/Workshops on mental/emotional wellbeing, Stress Management and dealing with Domestic Violence, all of which are underpinned by Counselling, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and WRAP.
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
WRAP is a tool that can aid an individual's recovery and its underpinning principles seeks to look at mental health matters using a wellness model rather than the traditional illness model. WRAP is a systematic tool that empowers an individual to monitor their wellness at times when they know they are well, during times when they may be feeling less well, to times when their experiences are uncomfortable and distressing. The tool is also used to incorporate details of how an individual would like others to support them at these different times. Our WRAP related services include:
Retreats are provided periodically in high quality environments allowing participants to chill out, switch off from the stress of everyday life and leave feeling relaxed and full of renewed energy. Our aim is to offer at different times themed retreats tackling issues to do with families, couples, women, men and youth.
We offer Emotional Wellbeing training and/or workshops designed to give people tools or skills needed to achieve greater balance in their lives. We can offer formal and informal friendly workshops that can be tailor made to meet your specific needs be it for individuals and corporate organisations. We have particular interest in providing workshops on mental, emotional and spiritual wellbeing to Churches.
Amongst other relevant issues, the workshops cover: