Andrew Richardson - - GoMentor
Andrew Richardson -

Andrew Richardson


At GoMentor all online services are provided via a stable and secure platform, which are specially designed for use with psychologists, therapists and coaches. GoMentor's platform for all online sessions is stable and secure (encrypted), which means the security and confidentiality is best in class. The platform is approved by the Danish Psychotherapist Organisation.

Our GoMentor 24/7 product allows you to purchase monthly or weekly subscriptions to GoMentor 24/7 so that you can write directly to your counsellor without limitation. Our Video Sessions service allows you to conduct your sessions with your counsellor via our secure video platform.

The advantages of having online services mean that there are no physical restrictions for both you and your counsellor, it is often much cheaper compared to traditional in-clinic sessions, and has shorter waiting times.

Online sessions require an internet connection and can be used on a PC, Mac or via our app on an iPad and iPhone.

Do you need quick and reliable help to relieve your mental distress OR are you just aware that something is not quite right? Andrew Richardson -


My promise to YOU: To guide you to greater control of your emotions. To offer new and empowering explanations for why you are where you are. To build hope, by facilitating the change you crave. Value for money The first session will not be charged, until or unless you are confident that the therapy will help you. Compelling and easy to understand psychological insights My approach is rooted in the Human Givens – the newest and most radical school of psychology in over 40 years. Hard evidence of effectiveness Well over 80% of my clients experience significant improvement or complete recovery – FACT Detail Lifting Depression Anxiety, covering generalized anxieties, panic attacks, phobias, agoraphobia, performance and social anxiety and much more Trauma – Abuse, Loss, Accidents and indeed any experience that is still active in the primitive brain Anger Addictions – to drugs, alcohol, gambling, nicotine, food, sex and indeed any activity that is taking you over OCD - any compulsive thoughts or behaviours that are damaging your capacity to live a balanced life Compulsions - covering anger, addictions, sexual deviancy and indeed anything that just cannot be explained Stress – at work, at home, highly specific or quitre general Self Confidence – whether it is linked to alife not working or something more Relationships - parental, spousal, friends Life Coaching A testimonials from the heart Cris wrote me this email, unprompted, about 3 months after she had finished working with me. Hi Andrew, Thought I’d drop you a little line with an update on how I’m doing as we haven't spoken now for some time but also I spotted something today that made me think of you.. “Is this world a prison or a paradise? It is, of course, both. Both together. Both at once. Both in the blink of an eye. It is a prison when we feel we are being punished, when our needs are not being met, when we are more conscious of our fears and limitations than of our hopes and dreams. And yet it takes very little to turn it all into a paradise. Lottery wins really aren't necessary. Simple solutions to a few basic problems can be more than enough. So, too, can be a small change of expectation or attitude. Work on that if you want your paradise. ...” It's actually my horoscope for today but the words just made me think of human givens! Maybe you can use it somewhere I don't know... Anyway, i guess you could say I’m doing ok. I've had no feelings of utter despair or hopelessness for such a long length of time it's impossible to say when I last felt this way. I wouldn't class myself as depressed anymore which is a huge leap. The strangest thing is I’ve not been 'aware' of my state of mind at all. It's like when I was depressed all I could think were these negative thoughts & I felt like I was drowning in quick sand in a situation I couldn't control but now that everything feels fine I guess you could say I’m just 'being'. Living life without being aware of it. The biggest development is my work life. I have been approached by an old colleague in respect to a job. This was an unexpected development but I feel so fortunate to have this opportunity land in my lap. Not that I haven't earned it mind. I bumped into this person whilst attending another individuals leaving party. It was a completely random encounter but one that wouldn't of happened if I had been sat at home feeling sorry for myself! I've been making much more of a conscious effort to socialise more again, meeting up with old friends on a regular basis. I'm not walking on air all day by any means but I feel as though I’ve made huge significant progress in the right direction. The change has been so refreshing & just seeing how I’ve achieved these changes inspires me to attempt more in life. I have you to thank for that. One of the most valuable lessons you taught me is that you have to take action in life to achieve things & to facilitate change. It's a very hard lesson to learn when you're in a pit of despair but if you can summon the courage to take action then that's the medicine you need to move forward & the reward is more than worth the effort. I think I’ve talked for long enough now! Hope everything is good with you & family. Miss our chats - you helped me so much in so many ways. I think I’ve only truly began to appreciate that fully now on reflection.


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