Mental Health Therapies We Can Offer

At The British CBT & Counselling Service we offer a range of psychological therapies including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT).

There are over five hundred different types of psychological therapies or talking therapies currently available and new treatments are continuously developing as a result of innovative psychological research.

A very small number of therapies have actually been proven in scientific studies to be effective but the majority have not. Below is a list of the most notable therapies and the evidence that supports them. You can click on each therapy below to find out more about who the therapy is for and how it works.

We offer Face to Face Counselling, Online/Skype Counselling and Telephone Counselling.

We have clinics in Richmond (Lambert Avenue), Richmond (Lower Mortlake Road), Liverpool Street, Clapham, Marylebone, Fulham, Islington, Twickenham, Chiswick, East Dulwich, Great Missenden and Nottingham. We also offer Online / Skype Counselling.
If you are unsure if therapy is right for you or have any questions then please call us on 0800 002 9068.

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Children & Teenager Counselling

Teenagers face many challenges, not only must they adapt to significant physical changes in their bodies but also to the increasing demands and expectations of society. This makes adolescence and early adulthood a common time for the emergence of mental health problems including anxiety, depression, eating disorders and obsessive compulsive disorder.

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Group Therapy

Group therapy is an umbrella term that describes any therapy in which groups of individuals meet together with a therapist. The interactions among the members of the group are assumed to be therapeutic with individuals achieving benefit from peer support and gaining strength as they share their feelings and experience with others who are facing the same obstacles as themselves.

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Family Therapy

Family dynamics have a pivotal role to play in the problems of individual family members and to collective family unhappiness and distress. Often is it not sufficient to just focus on the individual member of a family (e.g. the child or adolescent) who is overtly struggling with a particular emotion (anxiety, depression) or behavioural problem (bed wetting, child refusing to go to school). Instead of seeing the individual’s symptoms as an expression of an internal conflict it can be more useful to see it as serving a function in balancing or unbalancing relationships within the family.

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Psychosexual Therapy

Psychosexual therapists create an environment free of judgement, in which individuals are encouraged to speak openly about personal sexual experiences, thoughts and behaviours.

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Person Centred Counselling & Therapy

Person-centred therapy, also referred to as client-centred therapy, is a humanistic approach to therapy with which a therapist seeks to understand a client’s personal experiences, thoughts and feelings.

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Browse By Category

Children & Teenager Counselling

Teenagers face many challenges, not only must they adapt to significant physical changes in their bodies but also to the increasing demands and expectations of society. This makes adolescence and early adulthood a common time for the emergence of mental health problems including anxiety, depression, eating disorders and obsessive compulsive disorder.

More Info

Family Therapy

Family dynamics have a pivotal role to play in the problems of individual family members and to collective family unhappiness and distress. Often is it not sufficient to just focus on the individual member of a family (e.g. the child or adolescent) who is overtly struggling with a particular emotion (anxiety, depression) or behavioural problem (bed wetting, child refusing to go to school). Instead of seeing the individual’s symptoms as an expression of an internal conflict it can be more useful to see it as serving a function in balancing or unbalancing relationships within the family.

More Info

Group Therapy

Group therapy is an umbrella term that describes any therapy in which groups of individuals meet together with a therapist. The interactions among the members of the group are assumed to be therapeutic with individuals achieving benefit from peer support and gaining strength as they share their feelings and experience with others who are facing the same obstacles as themselves.

More Info

Person Centred Counselling & Therapy

Person-centred therapy, also referred to as client-centred therapy, is a humanistic approach to therapy with which a therapist seeks to understand a client’s personal experiences, thoughts and feelings.

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Psychosexual Therapy

Psychosexual therapists create an environment free of judgement, in which individuals are encouraged to speak openly about personal sexual experiences, thoughts and behaviours.

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