Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) aims to bring about change in both your thought patterns (cognitive) and actions (behavior). Instead of delving into past causes, CBT primarily focuses on addressing current challenges and offering practical solutions to help you experience immediate improvements.

Our thoughts about different situations significantly impact our emotions and behaviors. When we perceive a situation negatively, it can give rise to negative emotions, leading to unhelpful behaviors. Your therapist will assist you in recognizing and challenging any negative thought patterns, enabling you to navigate situations more effectively and engage in more positive behaviors.

CBT has shown effectiveness in addressing various mental health concerns such as depression, anxiety, stress, phobias, obsessions, eating disorders, and managing long-term conditions. By providing practical tools and strategies, CBT equips you with the skills to effectively manage and overcome these challenges, fostering lasting positive changes in your well-being.

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