CBT is an action-oriented form of psychotherapy that assumes that unproductive, or unhelpful, thinking patterns cause unproductive behaviour and undesired negative emotions. 
CBT is a collaborative process where client and therapist work together to help clients achieve their therapeutic goals. The therapeutic relationship is a special one where you are offered a safe place to explore your internal landscape and help you overcome adversity.
CBT focuses on changing a person’s thoughts and actions. In turn, this changes their feelings and behaviours. CBT follows the structure of assessment, case formulation and treatment plan. This involves looking at how situations from the past impact our day-to-day issues. There are 6 phases in CBT:
1. Assessment
2. Me-conceptualisation 
3. Skills Acquisition 
4. Skills consolidation
5. Maintenance
6. Follow-up
Our CBT therapists draw on the variety of approaches within the CBT field using evidence-based methods to support you in addressing your goals. We utilise both traditional approaches and modern developments to support our clients in making sense of themselves, others and the world. Through state-of-the-art practices, we can help create new pathways to confidence. 
CBT is an effective treatment for many psychological conditions. These include: mood disorders (such as depression and bipolar disorder), anxiety disorder, specific phobias, panic disorder, generalised anxiety and obsessive compulsive disorder. CBT also helps treat eating disorders, including anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, binge eating disorder and body dysmorphic disorder (i.e. body image). Our CBT team can support clients with long-standing interpersonal problems, recurring unhelpful habits, insomnia, substance use disorder and insomnia. 


Integrative Psychotherapist MSc BSc Reg BACP

Psychotherapist MPhil BA Dip (Reg MBACP)