What Is Cognitive Behavioural Therapy?
CBT is based on our understanding of the role ‘thinking’ plays in the development of emotional and behavioural problems. It is widely understood that the way we think and feel affects how we deal with problems.
Negative thoughts and feelings have a huge impact on our emotional wellbeing; contributing to our inability to cope with certain aspects of life and ultimately, allowing our emotions and behaviours to spiral out of control.
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is recognised by the National Centre for Clinical Excellence (NICE) and the NHS to provide effective therapy for a range of psychological issues, including anxiety disorders, depression, trauma and OCD.