Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)

Through wellbeing courses, group programmes and one to one sessions, we help you talk, process your feelings, gain understanding, and acquire practical ways (strategies and life skills) to cope with difficult times, to resolve your issues or achieve resilience to thrive in your life from relationships to business and career.

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT): It uses proven practical techniques to resolve many issues by changing the way you think, feel and behave.( Read More )

Sessions

Sessions are face to face, telephone, or video/Skype and 50 minutes.

 Problems We Treat  

We also Offer Family Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy (F-CBT) for:

  • Abusive and neglectful parenting styles with or without addiction, personality or complex trauma issues.
  • Children abused/neglected.
  • Families in conflict or estranged.
  • Children at risk of aggressive or behavioral problems.

We also Offer Family Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy (F-CBT) for:

  • Abusive and neglectful parenting styles with or without addiction, personality or complex trauma issues.
  • Children abused/neglected.
  • Families in conflict or estranged.
  • Children at risk of aggressive or behavioral problems.

Unique CBT services we provide include: 

  • Adjustment Disorder Service

    For people struggling with major life changes (e.g. coming abroad).

  • Anonymous Self- Development Café

Where mindfulness cognitive behavioral therapy helps to relax, detox the mind and creative dreams born.

  • CBT Based Injury Psychological Rehabilitation

For people injured in vehicle accidents or accidents at work.

  • Family Cognitive-Behavioural Rehabilitation (F-CBR)

For families injured due to a false accusation of abuse or children misdiagnosed as abused/ un-abused.

Families injured due to a false accusation of abuse or parents misdiagnosed as unfit/fit parents.

Family reunification of children and parents separated due to fostering or other reasons.

  • Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy (CBT)-based parenting awareness course

On integrated modern and traditional safer parenting and child protection law.

  • Culturally and Faith Sensitive Assessments

Culturally and faith sensitive independent psychological and psychiatric assessments of parents’ and children psychological/ mental health needs.

  • Cognitive behavioral mindfulness 
  • Cognitive behavioral counseling 
  • Cognitive behavioral coaching 
  • Cognitive behavioral hypnotherapy 
  • Cognitive behavioral management 
  • Cognitive behavioral leadership 
  • Insight Discovery Project

Helps to create a Personal Psychological Profile for individual, family, team and organizational effectiveness.

  • Practical Psychological Wellbeing Education

For emotional resilience and self-help techniques,  in particular, to manage exhaustion from a crisis situation or a long-term activity such as looking after a child with a life-threatening condition or involvement with child protection agencies. 

 Some of our CBT Therapists and Practitioners

 Our CBT therapists and practitioners are Clinical or Counselling Psychologists, other Psychologists, EMDR therapists, or integrative/other psychotherapists and counselors. who are accredited and /or registered with their professional bodies.

What is CBT? 

  • ‘Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is a form of treatment that focuses on examining the relationships between thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. By exploring patterns of thinking that lead to self-destructive actions and the beliefs that direct these thoughts, people with mental illness can modify their patterns of thinking to improve coping. CBT is a type of psychotherapy that is different from traditional psychodynamic psychotherapy in that the therapist and the patient will actively work together to help the patient recover from their mental illness. People who seek CBT can expect their therapist to be problem-focused, and goal-directed in addressing the challenging symptoms of mental illnesses. Because CBT is an active intervention, one can also expect to do homework or practice outside of sessions’.
  • ‘A person who is depressed may have the belief, “I am worthless,” and a person with panic disorder may have the belief, “I am in danger.” While the person in distress likely believes these to be ultimate truths, with a therapist’s help, the individual is encouraged to challenge these irrational beliefs. Part of this process involves viewing such negative beliefs as hypotheses rather than facts and to test out such beliefs by “running experiments.” Furthermore, people who are participating in CBT are encouraged to monitor and write down the thoughts that pop into their minds (called “automatic thoughts”). This allows the patient and their therapist to search for patterns in their thinking that can cause them to have negative thoughts which can lead to negative feelings and self-destructive behaviors’.
  • ‘Studies have shown that CBT actually changes brain activity in people with mental illnesses who receive this treatment, suggesting that the brain is actually improving its functioning as a result of engaging in this form of therapy. CBT has been shown to be as useful as antidepressant medications for some individuals with depression and may be superior in preventing relapse of symptoms. Studies indicate that patients who receive CBT in addition to treatment with medication have better outcomes than patients who do not receive CBT as an additional treatment’.
  • Source/Acknowledged: Ken Duckworth, M.D., and Jacob L. Freedman, M.D., July 2012
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