Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
The principles of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) remind us that the responses to situations and events we experience during our lives are influenced by our underlying thoughts and beliefs. The techniques used during CBT allow us to examine and challenge those thoughts and beliefs so that we can bring about changes in behaviour which are helpful to us.
The CBT approach is a collaborative one with the client taking an active role in the planning and reviewing the course of therapy. CBT frequently involves ‘homework’ in the form of diary keeping and behavioural experiments to encourage the client to maintain the motivation towards change.
CBT has been extensively reviewed by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) who have recommended CBT as an effective therapy for a range of anxiety-related conditions.
Using CBT in conjunction with Hypnotherapy can be an extremely effective approach to bringing about change.
Chris Sutcliffe. Dip Hyp, DNLP, GHRregd
Fee per session: £60 (Concessions available).
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