Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) addresses the core beliefs we have about ourselves, other people and the world around us. It also deals with how we react to events in our lives.
It not only helps raise awareness of negative thought patterns and how these can affect the way we feel and behave, but also identifies how and what needs to change.
CBT can be used to address a wide range of problems, including:
- Panic Disorder
- Eating Disorders
- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
- Post traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
- Relationship issues
CBT focuses on the issues you are dealing with now, rather than on issues from your past. CBT is very goal orientated and solution focused and will help you to change the way you think about things – so that you can better cope with the challenges you are facing.
How It Works
Your therapist will see you in a private and totally confidential environment and listen and talk to you about whatever is troubling you.
- Your privacy and confidentiality are respected at all times
- The therapist will adapt to meet your specific condition and goals
- Usually a course of treatment is necessary – either weekly or fortnightly, depending on your condition
Dr Amanda Michie: 1hour: £120
Christina Raeburn: 1hour: £80
Carolann Chapman: 1hour: £70
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