Private and confidential face-to-face therapy
Meeting your therapist in person provides you with a secure environment to share your worries, thoughts and feelings.
How it works
Over the years, our CBT therapists have successfully treated thousands of clients in our private CBT service, some of whom have felt exactly as you do today. You are not alone. Usually, clients contact us with a set of symptoms that can indicate an emotional problem. Using CBT, you can catch yourself have unhelpful thoughts or engaging in negative self-talk, both of which can undermine your self-confidence and make you feel depressed or anxious. How you approach these unhelpful thoughts and self-talk can help you work out different ways of thinking and behaving to cope better, whatever life may bring.
Is it right for me?
The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) particularly recommends CBT for depression and anxiety. Each mental health condition has its own symptoms, but in general, you should start Cognitive Behavioural Therapy if you experience: Marked changes in personality, eating or sleeping patterns. If you are struggling to cope with problems or daily activities, we are here to help.
Evidence suggests it is an effective treatment for a range of mental health problems, such as:
Good to know
While others prefer to meet their CBT therapist online via Zoom or Skype. Online or virtual therapy can be an effective supplement for busy periods in your life when you need the support of your therapist but travelling to a clinic is challenging.
Both in-person and online CBT therapy has high levels of governance and supervision that you would expect of any BABCP accredited therapist. This means you can be sure that your treatment will be effective and appropriate for you.
Have private health insurance? All major insurance companies accepted.