CBT is an increasingly popular therapeutic model for treating anxiety, depression and many other common mental health problems. Using a mixture of cognitive and behavioural therapies, CBT takes a practical approach with active participation from the client.
This approach focuses on looking for ways to improve someone’s situation now, rather than gaining insight into their past and analysing how problems may have arisen.
CBT has been shown to help people with various specific conditions, including
- Certain anxiety disorders, including phobias, panic attacks and panic disorder.
- Eating disorders
- Body dysmorphic disorder
- Anger management
- Post-traumatic stress disorder
- Substance addiction (drug, alcohol etc)
- Chronic (persistent) pain
- Chronic fatigue syndrome/myalgic encephalomyelitis (CFS/ME)
We offer both CBT and Counselling using a CBT approach.
Carried out by one of our fully qualified and specialist CBT psychologists, accredited by the British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP).
The therapy begins with an in depth assessment, resulting in the recommendation of a specific number of sessions and theraputic deliverables.
Counselling using a CBT approach
Provided by one of our BACP qualified counsellors, this service incorporates a CBT counselling approach which is very effective for most non-critical conditions. Charged at standard counselling rates, this service shows a real saving when compared with CBT.
Our Full Employee Assistance Programme package includes CBT counselling as a standard element within the core service.