Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is a form of talk therapy used to treat anxiety, depression, eating disorders, overwhelming feelings and many other mental health problems.
Rather than focusing on past issues, CBT addresses current challenges in your life and concentrates on your capacity to change your thoughts, feelings and behaviours.
During CBT counselling sessions, your therapist will help you identify problems, break them down into more manageable segments and teach you techniques for changing your behaviours in order break negative cycles, improve your emotional responses and solve your problems.
Your therapist will help you see through thought distortions and teach you techniques for creating a more positive mindset. Thought distortions are untrue thoughts that we believe to be true such as:
Everyone has thoughts or habits that keep us in helpful or unhelpful cycles. Using CBT to change the way you think about problems and the way you behave in response to them, can have life-changing results.
CBT counselling can help you find more positive and effective ways to deal with your problems and improve your state of mind.
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy can help with…
Helping You Help Yourself
The techniques your therapist will teach you can be applied to many kinds of problems. What you learn during CBT counselling for one problem can be used to overcome future challenges. In this way, learning CBT will allow you to help yourself with future problems, before they become overwhelming.
Is CBT right for me?
Are you ready and willing to do the work? CBT trained therapists do not “fix your problems”. They will guide you on the journey toward learning to solve your own problems and ultimately toward self-reliance.
If you are ready to…
…then you are ready for Cognitive Behavioural Therapy counselling. Learn more about our trained Cognitive Behavioural Therapists or Book a Session.
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