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Cognitive Behavioural Therapy


Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is a talking therapy, which explores your problems in the here and now. CBT assumes that behaviours are linked to your thoughts and feelings, which are a product of the beliefs you hold about yourself the world and others. Some behaviour may maintain your problems or even make them worse. CBT believes that if you can better understand your thoughts you can change behaviours and beat self-defeating cycles. With commitment CBT can help you overcome real difficulties in a relatively short period of time compared to other talking therapies. CBT also gives you more control over your recovery and life as you will learn skills that help you to better cope with stressful situations outside of and post therapy.


Supported by the NHS and recommended by leading therapists around the world, CBT is an effective form of therapy that can be used to help individuals suffering from a wide range of mental health issues;

  • Low self esteem and depression

  • General anxiety and stress

  • Anxiety surrounding specific issues

  • Fears & phobias

  • Panic and panic attacks

  • Eating disorders and addictions

  • Anger and aggression

  • Trauma

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