No one ‘treatment’ is the same …
My philosophical position towards my therapeutic work is that no one ‘treatment’ is the same, even though I notice patterns and correlations between clients’ presenting problems and their origin, which can inform the approach I take to therapeutic treatment. I am grounded in my belief that every course of therapy is uniquely co-created between therapist and client, given that every person is capable of making decisions and being self-agentic.
Dr Matthew Shorrock
We offer a highly specialised clinical research and development clinic. Learn more
The MIND Institute is dedicated to the provision of personal and professional development services. It is directed by Dr. Matthew Shorrock (Chartered Psychologist, Executive Coach and registered Psychotherapist), and Francesca Shorrock (qualified Counsellor, Life-Coach and Teacher). We offer native English-speaking services to expatriates and their families. Our services are culturally sensitive, and account the special challenges faced by the international community.
As a leadership and management coach, Dr. Shorrock is specialised in supporting managers, entrepreneurs and leaders develop charisma, authenticity and executive presence.
Dr Shorrock is also the clinical director of the International Centre for Internet Addiction, providing much needed support to people struggling with internet and screen addictions (including pornography and gaming addictions). As a leading researcher, writer and clinician, Dr Shorrock has spent the past fifteen years developing and implementing treatment programmes across Europe in this rapidly growing area.
We adopt an ‘integrative’ approach, which is underpinned by the highest standards in ethical and research-informed practice.
Common issues presented to us
COACHING, CONSULTANCY, MENTORSHIP
Developing excellence in leadership and management. Specialised in the following areas: charisma, authenticity and executive presence; emotional intelligence (EQ); conflict resolution; ethical decision making; and personal branding.
Depression, feeling down, anxiety, generalised anxiety, phobias, addiction (including internet addiction), relationships difficulties, identity issues, family problems, cross-cultural issues, sexual issues, gambling, low self-worth, divorce, abuse, trauma, PTSD, post traumatic stress, loneliness, alienation, alcohol problems, drug issues, a sense of not belonging, strangeness, depersonalisation, dissociation, jealousy, sexual jealousy. (Please note, this is not an exhaustive list).