What is CBT?
Should I see someone for counselling or Cognitive Behavioural Therapy?
This is a question that people often ask when they come to see us, especially when they are looking for treatment for anxiety or depression. CBT has the best evidence for it working especially with anxiety, when the NHS says that it should be the only form of therapy offered.
Often people come to CBT after having had some counselling which they have not found effective for the difficulties that they wanted to change.
What CBT aims to give you is not only an understanding of how yourdifficulties were formed and maintained, but importantly, how to actively manage or RESOLVE them.
Contact us HERE for an initial meeting; only £10.
Below are the updated links to our main site, with background on the conditions that we commonly treat and therapies we offer.
General information psychotherapy
Therapy for Anxiety Disorders
Therapy for Depression
Therapy for Long-Standing Mental Health Problems
Dynamic (Psychodynamic, Psychoanalytic and Interpersonal Therapy)
What is CBT the best treatment for?
CBT has been shown to be the treatment of choice for a variety of disorders, including depression and the anxiety disorders – We have specialist training by world experts on their effective treatment.
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder – OCD
Traumatic Stress – Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
Agoraphobia and other phobias
Chronic worry and repetitive thoughts/thinking patterns (rumination)
Generalised Anxiety Disorder (GAD)
Low Self Esteem
Drug & Alcohol Problems
Stress and Performance anxiety – for example Public Speaking or other work streses
We also specialise in working with people who have problems with food, their diet or dieting and other impulse control disorders.
Contact us HERE and make a first appointment for only £10.