Cognitive Behaviour Therapy
Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) is built on the philosophy that thoughts, feelings and behaviours combine to influence a person’s quality of life.
CBT is useful in treating a range of psychological conditions and emotional issues, including anxiety, depression, self-esteem, anger management, relationship problems, and addictive behaviours. It is an easily accessible therapy approach which works well for adults, teenagers, children and also groups.
Through CBT, you work on identifying and challenging unhelpful thoughts and learn practical strategies that you can put into action whenever you need them.
CBT teaches people how their own thinking affects their emotions and mood, and then helps them change these negative thinking patterns. It gives control over thoughts and emotions back to the individual.
CBT has been known to bring some incredibly positive and immediate changes in a person’s life.