A Cognitive Behaviour Therapy practice
What is Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT)?
CBT is a highly effective psychological treatment that can help with a wide range of emotional/psychological difficulties including anxiety and depression. Numerous studies have indicated that CBT is as effective as medication for depression, anxiety, obsessions and other fears. The therapy is based on the premise that thoughts cause us to act in certain ways and affect the way we feel. By adopting a rational way of thinking we can overcome our emotional and behavioural problems. The educational and collaborative aspects of CBT aims to help the individual to become their own therapists.
What does therapy involve?
Your first session will focus on gathering more information about your difficulties. This will include filling out self-report forms that assess a range of problems such as depression, anxiety, anger, fears, physical complaints, social, work and relationship difficulties. You will be asked to think about what you hope to achieve from therapy namely your goals.
CBT generally includes:
What problems can I help with?
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