Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, commonly referred to as “CBT” is currently the treatment recommended for most emotional and psychological problems.
Who is CBT for?
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy can help you with the following problems Abuse, Addiction, Alcohol Problems, Anger, Anxiety, Behavioural Problems, Bereavement, Cancer, Carers, Children & Teenagers, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Chronic Migraine Treatment, Depression & Low Mood, Doctors & Healthcare Professionals, Eating Disorders, Families, Gambling, Infertility, Jealousy & Insecurity, Life Changes & General Dissatisfaction, Low Self Esteem, Miscarriage, OCD, Overseas Students, Panic Attacks, Paranoia, Parents, Phobias, Physical Pain, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Rape Victims, Relationship Problems, Self-Harm, Stress. CBT can be helpful for adults and children, couples and families.
For a more detailed list visit our Problems page.
How Does CBT Work?
What the Research into ACT Says
Research into Acceptance & Commitment Therapy has a developing evidence base with over 20 randomised controlled trials across a variety of problems and this research suggests consistent support for ACT for a broad range of problems including: chronic pain, addictions, smoking cessation, depression, anxiety, psychosis, stress, diabetes management, weight management, epilepsy control, self-harm, body dissatisfaction, eating disorders and burn out.
More Reading on this Subject
For further information, see The Counselling Directory – Acceptance & Commitment Therapy
All of our Therapists offer Cognitive Behavioural Therapy.