Onebright mental health

Mental health support with Bupa

Onebright works with Bupa to deliver Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) that can help with a wide range of psychological and emotional issues.

Our highly experienced and accredited clinicians have successfully treated thousands of people for issues such as anxiety, depression and work related stress.

Onebright is a leading mental health company and provider of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), supporting over 60,000 people a year with their mental health.

Booking your assessment

Therapy can be extremely beneficial, whether you’re struggling with anxiety, depression or a number of other mental health and wellbeing challenges.
All our therapy assessments and sessions are carried out online. Here are the steps and how they work.

Step 1

Get in touch with Onebright

Simply complete one of our contact forms. Or, if you’d like to talk through why you feel you need support, you can call us on 020 8175 4908. One of our clinical liaison team will be able to answer any immediate questions you have.

We’ll then match you with the right clinician for your needs. We’ll set up your first appointment, at a time that works well for you, and take your credit card details. This is to cover the cost of your first assessment session.

If you decide you want to continue with therapy you will be charged automatically, 48 hours before each therapy session begins.

Step 2

Meet your therapist

At the end of your initial assessment, your therapist will talk to you about your treatment plan: how it will work, what to expect and how long it may take. They will identify the issues you’re struggling with and set some targets for getting to a positive end-point.

Your treatment will be based on practice in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and/or Eye Movement Desensitisation Reprocessing (EMDR). Once you have a full picture of how your therapy sessions will work, you can decide if it’s for you.

Step 3

Agree your ideal plan

If your answer to therapy is ‘yes’, we’ll organise a treatment schedule that’s designed for your needs, at times that suit you. If you and your therapist agree that CBT isn’t the right approach, we’ll take the time to discuss why, and suggest an alternative.

Get started by answering some simple questions below or call us on 020 8175 4908

Private Therapy Sessions

Onebright client liaison are available Monday to Friday between 9am-5pm (excluding bank holidays).
You must be aged 18 years or above to access our therapy services.

You may be experiencing...

We provide therapy for anxiety and depression and many other mental health conditions.
"If there was a rating of 11, I would have given it. My therapist is brilliant at what she does, I was helped to totally change my outlook on my issue and the consequences."
"It has helped me tremendously. Thank you for the provided help."

Why choose Onebright?

Therapy can be extremely beneficial, whether you’re struggling with anxiety, depression or a number of other mental health and wellbeing challenges.

All our therapy assessments and sessions are carried out online or face to face. We will support you in learning new skills to overcome unproductive thinking and behaviours.

Therapy for employees

Signs that you may need support

Below are some common signs that a person may be struggling with their mental health:
Changes in concentration and focus
Avoiding friends and social activities
Showing extreme mood changes, including uncontrollable “highs” or euphoria
Confessing they’re feeling excessively sad or low
Inability to carry out daily activities or handle everyday problems and stress
Expressing an intense fear of weight gain or concern with appearance
Showing strong feelings of irritability or anger
Finding it difficult to understand or relate to other people
Perceiving a different reality, either hallucinations or delusions

We're here to answer your questions

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT|) is a talking therapy that can help you cope by making you more aware of the connection between your thoughts, feelings and behaviour. It focuses on challenging unhelpful beliefs, attitudes and behaviours.

Quality Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) stands out from other forms of therapy or types of counselling because of the emphasis on evidence-based practice. For our clients, this means that they are receiving quality conventional professional therapy based on the very latest research.

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy is a way of helping people to cope with stress and emotional problems. It helps us to look at the connections between how we think, how we feel and how we behave. It particularly concentrates on ideas that are unrealistic. These often undermine our self-confidence and make us feel depressed or anxious. Looking at these unrealistic ideas can help us work out different ways of thinking and behaving that in turn will help us cope better. Cognitive Behavioural Therapy looks at how problems from the past are maintained in the “here and now”. It helps people to learn new methods of coping and problem-solving, which they can use for the rest of their lives.
If you are interested in our CBT services (or other psychotherapy service) and want to learn about our online therapy options, talk to one of our Onebright treatment coordinators today to organise a call with our mental health experts. You can discuss mental health support for yourself or an employee and how you would like the CBT sessions to be delivered.
The cost of private therapy can vary, but Onebright works with everyone from insurance providers, companies, GPs and individuals to get people the support they need to feel better. Head over to our Contact Page to get a quote or talk to our us about what the best payment plan is right for you.
Book an appointment
Book a 15-minute consultation today to discuss your needs and explore how our team can support your mental health journey with Bupa.
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