CBT aims to help you change the way you think (cognitive) and what you do (behaviour). Rather than looking at past causes, it focuses on current problems and finding practical solutions to help you feel better now.

Who it can benefit:

CBT can be helpful for depression, anxiety, social anxiety disorder, stress, obsessive behaviour, phobias, eating disorders and those managing long term physical and mental health conditions.

How I will apply it to work with you

A typical programme of CBT with me will identify your thought patterns and how they affect your feelings and behaviours, work through whether your thoughts are accurate, and help you replace biased, negative and unrealistic thoughts with healthier ones. CBT can be a very helpful tool that can have quick results. It may be used in combination with other therapies.

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.