In Manchester and Preston
Leading Experts in A Range of Psychological Conditions
Private Psychological Therapy
Dr Sandi is an in-demand speaker at national and international events including:
Invited Speaker at a BACP Conference on Trauma in Edinburgh, April 2018
Invited Speaker at Cheltenham Science Festival June 2018 talking about her recent book The Science of Boredom
Invited speaker at Oxford University Centre for Creative brain May 2019 talking about the health benefits of downtime.
Recent Media Appearances
Dr Sandi, Director of The MindTraining Clinic, recently wrote two double page spreads for The Daily Mail to spearhead their loneliness campaign and has appeared in The Daily Mirror in recently, was the subject of a full feature in The Daily Mirror on October 30th and has appeared on BBC Breakfast TV (22/8/17), Daily Mail (17/8/17) and Healthy Food Guide (13/8/17). See Media page for more.
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Overcome Phobias and
(Hodder and Stoughton).
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Dr Mann's regular media appearances
Dr Sandi is columnist for Counselling At Work (a national BACP publication) and also for Mums and Dads Magazine in Cheshire. She writes regularly for the Huffington Post on a range of psychological issues.
This website is positively oozing with useful information on all aspects of mental health. Check out the Information Pages for guides to Phobias, Panic Attacks, Anxiety and Depression.
Have a look at the Articles/Media pages for links to articles Dr Sandi has had published in various media outlets about mental health.
We aim to provide effective therapy as cheaply and quickly as possible. We will not encourage you to commit to a block of sessions and in fact, are only too happy if you stop therapy earlier than expected because you are cured!
We offer a confidential service. We will not discuss you or your issues with anyone - including the media. Dr Mann is interviewed a lot in the media and often asked about unusual cases - but she will never talk about the more unusual problems due to confidentiality.
The MindTraining Clinic offers private, one-to-one training to clients (adults and children) who want to learn to deal with phobias, panic attacks, anger issues, depression, stress and other conditions. We specialise in EAP workplace counselling and in getting people back to work too.
We operate on the basis that all these conditions arise when our minds learn to react in certain ways; The MindTraining Clinic teaches you to re-train your mind so that you can overcome these conditions.
The MindTraining Clinic uses cognitive behavioural techniques to reprogramme or re-train the mind.
The Director is Dr Sandi Mann, a Chartered (Academic) Psychologist and Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society. She has written over 20 psychology books, including Overcome Phobias and Panic Attacks and appears regularly in the media as a psychology expert. She teaches and is Module Leader on MSc Applied Clinical Psychology at the University of Central Lancashire
She also holds a Diploma in CBT (accredited by the University of West Scotland) and is an Accredited EMDR Practitioner (Eye Movement Desensitization Reprogramming).
Call 07958 554509 or email email@example.com for a no-obligation chat about whether we can help you.
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The MindTraining Clinic has tried and tested a new formula to beat depression and low mood in just ten minutes a day. The Reasons To be Cheerful Journal (published by Little Brown) has changed lives - find out how it can help you!
Psychological First Aid
Following the horrific terrorist attack at Manchester Arena, Dr Sandi has been involved in Psychological First Aid Training. She is working with the fantastic Heads Up CIO who have trained over 100 mental health professionals in the NorthWest and has also undertaken NHS Psychological First Aid training so is part of various teams able to offer immediate first response in the event of any major traumatic event in the region. You can read more about this work in an article she wrote for BACP publication Counselling At Work.
I am often asked how to tell if a therapist
is legit, given that anyone can call
themselves a counsellor or therapist. Or,
how to tell the good ones from the poor.
After all, no one wants to waste their money.
Key questions to ask:
Are they a member of a professional body?
Do they have a qualification that is accredited with a bona fide organisation?
Are they recognised widely as an expert in their field (evidenced by publications, books, media appearances etc)