Updated: Feb 1, 2018
Understand how you work and how to address your problems with practical skills
In Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) , client and counsellor work together collaboratively to solve problems. After exploring what your issues are we will look at how they have built up over time and how they are causing you distress now.
CBT links together how our thoughts and feelings and physiological reactions interact to influence our behaviour and how we feel about ourselves, other people and the world. CBT teaches clients they can take control of how they interpret and deal with things in their environment.
CBT is the NHS therapy of choice because it is evidenced based and is highly successful in treating trauma, anxiety, depression, stress, relationship breakdown ,anger management and OCD, self harm, phobias, addictions, eating disorders, and more.
Mindfulness based CBT is used widely in the NHS to help people deal with a range
of mental health issues.