Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is recommended by the Department of Health and the National Institute of Clinical Excellence (NICE) for treating Depression, a range of Anxiety Disorders and PTSD. Please open the links to the right for further information about specific problems you may be experiencing.
CBT is a structured collaborative form of therapy. It is a short-term therapy and involves developing an understanding of how our thoughts, feelings and behaviours interact with each other in the development and maintenance of our problems.
CBT is a proactive form of therapy whereby the therapist and client work together and consider various ways of understanding and challenging current problems to enable positive change.