Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is a structured psychotherapy that looks at a person's problems in terms of how their thoughts, feelings and behaviours interact with each other. The problems CBT can be very helpful for vary enormously, but include depression, anxiety, phobias, obsessions and compulsions, anger, post-traumatic stress and panic.It is an approach that focuses on the here and now and the achieving of short and long-term goals.

It is an 'active' therapy that requires a high degree of participation by the client. The central purpose of CBT is to identify the ways people unknowingly maintain their problems through unhelpful patterns of thinking (cognition) and behaving. Strategies are used to help people alter these patterns and so arrive at better ways of managing their problems. CBT is an evolving and evidence-based therapy, underpinned by extensive and on-going research.

Therapist: Efisia Sais

Session (1 hr) £50
Concessionary rates are available at the discretion of individual practitioners.
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