Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) is an evidence based psychological therapy for common difficulties such as anxiety and depression. It is based on the idea that what we think and what we do can affect how we feel. Sometimes this relationship between our thoughts feelings and behaviour can lead us to feeling stuck in a vicious cycle.
Cognitive behavioural therapy can treat a range of common mental health problems such as depression and anxiety.
It can help treat: -Depression -Post-traumatic Stress Disorder -Insomnia -Worry -Panic Disorder -Phobia -Obsessive-compulsive Disorder
What happens during our CBT sessions?
Cognitive behavioural therapy is an active approach, the more you put in, the more you get out! At first, we will start to make sense of your current experiences, plan what we want to focus on then we’ll get to it in session. I work side by side with you to help move your life in the direction you want it to. It does rely on an active partnership and putting things into practice outside of our sessions.