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My Services

I offer online and face-to-face Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. My private working day is Monday. I offer sessions between 8am and 8pm. 

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

What is Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)?

CBT is an evidence-based therapy which looks at understanding how our thoughts, feelings, behaviours and bodily symptoms all play a role in influencing each other. It is a collaborative, practical and goal-focussed therapy which aims to initially help you gain a better understanding of how your problems may have developed and what keeps them going. Through weekly sessions and home-practice, you will be working to break old patterns and improve symptoms of low mood and anxiety. 

What to expect

1 /Intro Call

The intro call is a short discussion allowing you to briefly tell me what you are struggling with and what you are looking for help with. I will tell you more about how I work and how I might be able to help. You decide in your own time if you would like to go ahead and book in for a full assessment.

2 / CBT Assessment

An assessment will usually last over 1-2 sessions. This phase consists of me getting a fuller understanding of your difficulties and how they are showing up in your present. I will also ask about any relevant history.  At the end of the assessment phase, I will be able to outline clearly whether I think my CBT approach will be helpful and how we may work together according to your goals.

3 / Treatment Phase

CBT Treatment includes weekly sessions and lasts anywhere between 8-20 sessions, usually averaging around 12. After gaining a shared understanding of what thinking or behavioural patterns might be keeping you stuck, we will begin implementing a variety of techniques to break out of these cycles. This will included practicing outside of our sessions.

3 / Blueprint/Relapse Management

Towards the end of our sessions, we will be reflecting on what you have taken away from therapy and how you can take these skills forward in your day-to-day life. We will think about how to troubleshoot future difficulties.

Please note I do not offer an emergency service. If you are worried about your own safety or someone you know, please contact your GP or call NHS 111.

If it is an emergency please call 999.

Samaritans offer 24/7 emotional crisis support on 116 123

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