A brighter future

Our expert Cognitive Behavioural Therapists empower you to overcome your mental health issues by providing CBT treatment for problems with work, depression, anxiety, OCD, PTSD, stress and panic disorders.

20+ years of evidence-based experience

We are here to help you. Over the last 20 years, we have built an unrivalled reputation in connecting individuals with the highest quality therapy. Helping you to cope with stress, disorders, and emotional problems by looking at the connection between how you think, how you feel, and how you behave. Therapies such as CBT is always changing by what is called “evidence-based practice”. This form of psychotherapy regularly updates in line with the latest recommendations from the research suggesting what works best.

Providing exceptional clinical outcomes

We are proud to connect you with highly experienced, BABCP accredited therapists to deliver:


Psychotherapy such as CBT helps you cope with issues by looking at the connection between how you think, how you feel, and how you behave. It is known as an “evidence-based practice”.


An innovative clinical treatment for trauma and involves altering visual or auditory attention (i.e., shifting the focus to what is seen or heard) while observing negative thoughts, emotions or bodily sensations.


Psychiatry can help with a medical diagnosis of any mental health issue. Psychiatrists are also able to prescribe medication.

What we help with

Cognitive behavioural therapy is the treatment of choice for most of the psychological problems experienced by people.
Cognitive behavioural therapy has clear evidence of efficacy for all of the following conditions.
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Recovery rate
87% successful recovery rate
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Rapid access to thorough assessment
We are BABCP accredited

The Onebright difference

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"The skills I have been taught have rid me of my anxiety and I will be able to use them in the future."
Man, 32
"I am very happy with the help from Tania, she has been understanding and provided me with techniques that I can apply to my daily life. Thank you for your help and for being there when I needed it."
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Good to know

With therapy, you’ll see how problems from your past continue to affect you in the here and now. You’ll learn new coping and problem-solving methods that you can use for the rest of your life.

Using psychotherapy, such as CBT, you can catch yourself having unhelpful thoughts or engaging in negative self-talk, both of which can undermine your self-confidence and make you feel depressed or anxious. We help you to work out different ways of thinking and behaving to cope better; whatever life may bring.
Your therapist works with you to find ways of reacting differently to thoughts and feelings.

Initially, your CBT therapist will help you complete a list of the problems you want to address. You’ll also develop realistic, flexible and frequently reviewed goals you would like to achieve.

Your therapist will encourage you to talk about your thoughts and feelings and what's troubling you. Don't worry if you find it hard to open up about your feelings. Your therapist can help you gain more confidence and comfort.

A BABCP accredited therapist helps you to understand the relationship between:

Unhelpful Behaviours (e.g. avoidance or substance use)
Thinking distortions (like catastrophising or always looking at the worst part of the experience)
Being in negative emotional states (like anxiety, stress or depression)
Physical symptoms (such as lack of energy, muscle tension or palpitations)
Traumatic life events
Please bear in mind that people recover at different rates, and your therapist will review your progress at each session, but, generalised anxiety, 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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