Cognitive Behavioural Therapy - CBT
During CBT our therapists work together with a client to tackle negative thoughts, feelings and behaviour cycles. CBT works by interrupting these negative thoughts and teaches a client to replace them with positive ones over time, teaching them a coping mechanism that can be employed outside of the therapy session. By challenging and changing negative thought patterns, the structured approach of CBT tackles problems one by one and is usually a fast-acting therapy. It has a strong evidence base and can be used tot target depression, anxiety, OCD and PTSD.
We charge £100 per 50-minute session, which should be paid on the day, either by bank transfer, cash or cheque.
Please note: We have a different fee structure for referrals seen via other agencies.