Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy

Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy or CBT is a form of talking therapy that has been shown to be effective with a range of problems including depression, anxiety disorders, eating disorders, and relationship problems.

CBT focusses on how our thoughts, feelings, sensations, and our behaviours are all interconnected. When we change one aspect of these then the other parts can change too.  CBT involves changing your thoughts, and behaviours and this can help you to feel better. Your problems can be broken down into separate parts and you will work on changing your negative patterns of thinking and behaving.

The psychologist or therapist works collaboratively with you to explore the problems, set goals and develop a plan jointly. CBT involves regular weekly sessions usually ranging from 6-20 sessions depending on the problem and its complexity. The sessions will last 50 minutes and you will work on changing unhelpful thoughts and behaviours. In between sessions you will work on practicing the skills you have learnt and monitoring your mood, thoughts, and behaviours.

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