Cognitive Emotional Behavioural Therapy (CEBT)

Cognitive Emotional Behavioural Therapy (CEBT)

Cognitive Emotional Behavioural Therapy (CEBT) is a relatively new therapy developed specifically to help people who struggle with the experience and expression of their emotions.

Who is it for?Therapy5

It was initially developed by Dr Emma Gray (nee Corstorphine) for individuals suffering from Eating Disorders but has since been used to help people experiencing a whole range of problems relating to the experience and expression of emotions including Anxiety, Depression, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Low Self Esteem and Anger problems.

 

 

 

 

A Recent Testimonial

““I cannot comment positively enough on the psychologist I saw at The British CBT & Counselling Service.  She provided a structured yet flexible framework for discussing my issues, was insightful and at times necessarily firm and challenging which was exactly the sort of counsellor I had hoped to be paired with.”.
Rebecca - East Dulwich

How It Works?

CEBT combines aspects of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT) and is frequently used as a ‘pre-treatment’ to prepare individuals for the often emotionally challenging experience of therapy.  The core components of Cognitive Emotional Behavioural Therapy (CEBT) include education about emotions and their function, techniques to increase awareness of emotions and confidence in dealing with them, motivation to change long standing and unhelpful ways of dealing with emotions and strategies to restructure beliefs about the experience and expression of emotions.

What Does the Research Say?

Psychologists at The British CBT & Counselling Service have found that using this therapy in the early stages of a counselling programme equips patients with an understanding of their emotions and a range of technique for dealing with them that reduces stress levels during treatment thus improving overall outcome. 

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Locations

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Therapists

All of our Therapists offer Cognitive Emotional Behaviour Therapy (CEBT) counselling, click here to view the team.

Further Reading

For more information see: Cognitive Emotional Behavioural Therapy

Recommended Books:

Cognitive Emotional Behavioural Therapy for the eating disorders: working with beliefs about emotions. By Emma Gray (nee Corstorphine)