Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)

Most of the time, people can cope with emotional and mental health problems themselves, with the support of family and friends. Sometimes, though, it can help to see a therapist, in a safe and confidential environment.


Cognitive Behavioural Therapy  help people overcome a range of problems, including:


  • Depression

  • General anxiety

  • Eating disorders (including over-eating and bulimia)

  • Health anxiety

  • Low self-esteem

  • Panic attacks

  • Obsessive compulsive disorder

  • Relationship problems

  • Social anxiety

  • Stress

  • Bereavement

  • Body dysmorphic disorder

  • Phobias

  • Obsessional disorders

  • Addictions


Through conversation, we gain an understanding of the problems, how they have developed and what is maintaining them. By identifying unhelpful thoughts and finding alternative thinking habits, CBT provides a way of helping people feel better and overcome their difficulties.


In turn, this means that people are better able to cope with their problems themselves and attain their goals.
Please do get in touch to arrange a confidential assessment.