The effectiveness of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) has been demonstrated across a wide range of mental health problems and is the principal therapy recommended by NICE guidelines. Many people find that it offers the best way to make sense of emotional, psychological and behavioural problems. Not only does it provide an understanding of how problems develop and are maintained but also the means to make positive changes to how we think, feel and behave. The common sense insights of this therapy and its many techniques are used in a manner carefully tailored to the individual to get fundamental and sustainable change.
Our therapist that carries out Cognitive Behavioural Therapy is Simon Duncan.