Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
Are you going through a tough time or finding it hard to cope?
CBT could really help you start living your best life TODAY
Life can be a challenge and admitting you need help is the first part of making things better.
It may not feel like it at the moment but you really don't have to continue feeling how you do right now.
Getting support is one of the best gifts you can give yourself, especially when things feel like they are getting on top of you. Cognitive Behavioural Therapy is a talking therapy that helps you manage your problems by changing your way of thinking and behaviour.
You can identify, understand, and shift thinking and behaviour patterns that are not serving you. You can look to the future with hope and joy. It's time to take back control and be the driving force of your life going forward. I will be there to hold your hand as you learn how to discover your strengths, overcome challenges and get clear about what it is you actually want.
This all starts with a simple conversation, just reach out for an chat.
Start living your best life today!
Common questions I get around Cognitive Behavioural Therapy...
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Cognitive Behavioural Therapy can help lots of people in a variety of situations. Whether it works for you or not depends on a variety of factors so we won't know until we've had chance to meet and explore your situation carefully.
This is why I offer a free connection call. The purpose of this meeting is to explore whether CBT will help you and if I am the best person to facilitate it with you.
Similar to coaching, CBT requires active participation in solving your problems. It isn't just about talking through your problems. It's about discussing them, understanding them more fully, and developing strategies that you will implement to improve your situation and how you feel.
Some forms of counselling concern themselves purely with the past and how they affect your present day feelings. CBT takes the next step by helping you focus on your present situation and what you can do to change it for the better.
While some forms of counselling focus largely on coming to terms with the past, CBT helps you understand how your thoughts, feelings and behavours are connected, and how by changing any one of these things you can affect the others.
In short, CBT is about giving you a toolkit to cope with the ups and downs of life.
Sessions are normally weekly initially and then dialled back to once every two weeks for as long as you need them.
I don't normally see people for single or adhoc sessions as this rarely builds lasting change.