Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is a collaborative talking therapy that has been proven to help treat a wide range of psychological difficulties. CBT is recommended as an effective and preferred treatment option for Depression, Trauma and a range of Anxiety Disorders by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE).
Due to difficult life events, many of us at some point will be affected by psychological problems which can have a significant impact on ourselves, our work and our relationships. Working together with a CBT therapist can help
you to get the necessary support to overcome your obstacles, by enabling you to change the way you think and react to given situations, with the aim of improving the way you feel.
I offer a collaborative, confidential and professional psychotherapy service for adults aged 18 and over who are suffering with Depression, Low Self-Esteem, PTSD/Trauma, Disordered Eating and a range of Anxiety Disorders.
Making the decision to seek help from a therapist is a very important step and one that needs to feel right for you. You can contact me to briefly discuss your difficulties before making an appointment or you may prefer to make an appointment without any discusion beforehand, the choice is yours.
I am a fully trained Cognitive Behavioural Therapist and I am accredited by the British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP) which assures I receive regular supervision and attend regular training in order to keep my knowledge and skills up to date. This supports me to offer the most effective and up to date evidence-based treatment I can to my clients.
I am also a recognised and registered CBT therapist with Aviva, Nuffield Health, AXA PPP HealthCare, Vitality Health & Cigna HealthCare and can offer CBT treatment to their members.