Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

These treatments are based on the idea that unproductive thinking and behaviour is the root cause of many mental health problems. Your therapist would help you learn new skills to overcome this.

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
Self-guided online therapy
Our online CBT is flexible, allowing you to work through modules privately at your own pace but with the support of a dedicated clinician, if needed.
Trauma-focused CBT
A form of CBT specifically adapted for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).
Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT)
Combining CBT with mindfulness techniques so you can become more aware of your thoughts, feelings, and emotions.
Cognitive Behavioural Couples Therapy
An approach that uses CBT techniques to improve romantic relationships and resolve conflict.
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)
Accept your thoughts and feelings rather than fighting or feeling guilty about them, combining mindfulness with behaviour-change strategies.

Good to know

What makes quality Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) stand out from other forms of therapy or types of counselling is 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.
We have a highly trained and experienced team of cognitive behavioural psychotherapists accredited with the British Association of Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy (BABCP).

Some of our therapists hold dual positions with Onebright and senior positions in the NHS or academic institutions. Positions in the NHS or academia involve managing or coordinating specialist cognitive behavioural therapy services.

An accredited cognitive-behavioural psychotherapist will have had training as a qualified registered healthcare professional before undertaking advanced cognitive behavioural psychotherapy training. So we have competently trained practitioners, providing reassurance that your well-being is in the hands of accredited and registered professionals.
Please bear in mind that people recover at different rates, and your therapist will review your progress at each session, but, generally, panic disorder, mild OCD and most sex therapy will require six sessions over one to three months, while depression and social anxiety may take slightly longer with 12 sessions over four to six months.
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