Cognitive Behaviour Therapy

Cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) is a well-established and effective form of talking therapy which helps people to overcome psychological problems by looking at links between patterns of thinking, feeling and behaviour.


CBT is particularly well-suited to short and medium therapy (8 – 20 sessions) for specific problems such as depression, anxiety and stress, (including trauma reactions) and problems related to physical conditions such as chronic pain and heart disease.  CBT can also be used for longer term therapy for complex problems such as early childhood trauma.

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