Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
What can CBT do for you?
Cognitive behavioural therapy is advised for many conditions. CBT is one of the preferred talking therapies advised by the NHS.
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is a talking therapy commonly used to help with anxiety, depression, trauma, phobias and addictions. CBT is highly advised by the NHS for many conditions. This talking therapy is based on the idea that our thoughts (cognition), our feelings (emotions) and actions (behaviours) will interact together. To be more precise, our feelings and our actions are highly influenced by our thoughts.
CBT helps clients bring to light negative interpretations of any situation, event, or behavioural patterns that strengthen any type of erroneous thinking.
CBT explores a client’s view of a specific experience, by providing new ways to reframe events and situations, empowering and supporting you. When you change the way that you think via positivity and effectiveness, you will:
- reduce stress
- open your mind to new ideas
- create tools to overcome the situation
- create positive behaviours and ways of thinking
CBT is a talking therapy that looks for practical and effective ways to change the way that you think. Your way of thinking will influence your feelings and behaviours.
CBT works in the present moment, which means that it is a pragmatic, yet supportive way to positively look at a specific situation.
I will help you to identify erroneous thoughts and will guide you to reframe them into positive ones.
Negative thoughts will leave to negative vicious cycles. As a CBT therapist, I am empowering you with the tools to overcome those cycles.