Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) can help you manage thoughts, feelings and behaviour more effectively.
Learn to identify and change unhelpful thinking and behaviour to feel better:
Deal with anxiety
Manage your mood
Challenge unhelpful thinking and behaviour
Enjoy Better Mental Health
Making a commitment to CBT is making an important investment in yourself and your future happiness. Through understanding yourself on a deeper level you can get to know and understand yourself and others better and deal with issues more effectively. This is a vital step in mastering your feelings and anxiety rather than them control you.
CBT and other psychological therapies at our service are always conducted in careful and collaborative ways with people. You will not be made to do anything you do not want to do or talk about anything you do not want to.
CBT sessions are available from £55 per one hour session and the price can vary depending on the practitioner.
All our therapists are registered with appropriate professional organisations and receive regular clinical supervision. The service is led by an experienced Clinical Psychologist; a chartered member of the British Psychological Society (BPS).
What Can CBT Help With?
The National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) recommends CBT to help with:
Panic and Agoraphobia
Social Anxiety and Shyness
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
Generalised Anxiety Disorder
There is also good evidence that CBT is helpful in treating many other problems, including:
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME)
Medical Unexplained Symptoms
Anger and Frustration
Phobias (eg. needles, dogs, etc)
CBT may be used alongside other approaches in more complex cases and can usually be used if you are on medication or on its own.
How Long Does It Take?
Most problems can be helped with between five and twenty weekly sessions lasting one hour. Some more complex problems may take longer. Of course, the number of CBT sessions you need depends on the problems you need help with and how far you want to go with overcoming them.
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