Behavioural therapies are underpinned by the assumption that your unwanted, negative or unhealthy behaviours are a learned response to experiences in your past.

Who it can benefit:

Behavioural therapy is often effective in dealing with compulsive and obsessive behaviours, fears, phobias and addiction. Behavioural therapy focuses on finding solutions and making positive changes rather than concentrating on the past causes of problems.

How I will apply it to work with you

Behavioural therapy is usually a short term intervention. It can be effective in just three or four sessions. Together, we will focus on your current issues with the aim of helping you learn new, more positive behaviours without having to analyse the past. You will be encouraged to look at what you do well, set goals and work out how to achieve them.

Get in touch

Do any, all, or some of the above therapeutic approaches resonate with you? Can you see yourself in some of the issues described? Do you feel that one, or a combination of, the therapies will be of benefit to you? Or do you simply want to learn more? If so, get in touch for a friendly and empathetic conversation so we can explore how to get started.