Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

Learn the tools to support your own emotional wellbeing, with support from a highly-qualified therapist.

Short-term therapy, long-term reward

In one-to-one sessions with a therapist you'll develop the tools you need to solve problems and improve the way you think and feel in the long term. 

CBT therapy is a solution-focused and goal-orientated programme. It's also a collaborative process and you'll work with your therapist towards resolving your issues in a safe environment.

Emotional Wellbeing - What Can I get help with?What can I get help with?

Generalised anxiety 
Social anxiety 
Post-traumatic stress
Pain management 
(and much more)

Emotional Wellbeing - What Can I get help with?What to expect

Together you will work towards resolving your issues in a safe and supportive environment. You'll take an active part in therapy and you may be asked to carry out “homework” between sessions; this could be completing a task to test out what might be contributing to your problem. The emphasis is on finding solutions that work for you, so that every client can become their own therapist by applying new skills and techniques to old patterns of thinking and behaving. Sessions are typically 50 minutes to 1 hour. The frequency of the sessions will be tailored to your needs.

Emotional Wellbeing - What Can I get help with?Free 1-month gym membership

Regular physical activity can increase our self-esteem and can reduce stress and anxiety. And studies show that there is approximately a 20% to 30% lower risk of depression and dementia for adults participating in daily physical activity.

So we offer one-month's free gym membership right from the start of your CBT treatment to help you make the best improvements possible to your emotional wellbeing.

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