Cognitive behaviour therapy / CBT in Aylesbury and Bicester
Cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) is the recommended treatment for a wide variety of psychiatric disorders. It has been extensively tested and has been found very effective in the treatment of major depressive disorder. CBT helps you understand your thoughts and behaviour and how they affect you. It recognises that events in your past may have shaped you but concentrates mostly on how you can change the way you think, feel and behave in the present.
Working together in a safe environment, understanding and support in what is causing you to feel sad.
Speak to a counsellor to support your needs and question, understanding what is causing you to feel down and together we will overcome and strive for your goals and happiness you deserve.
The focus of our therapy is how our thoughts affect our emotions and behaviour. The aim is to identify destructive (negative) thinking patterns and to help the depressed person develop a more realistic (positive) way of thinking.
Therapists are professionally-trained listeners who can help you get to the root of your problems, overcome emotional challenges, and make positive changes in your life.
You don’t have to be diagnosed with a mental health problem to benefit from therapy.
Many people in therapy seek help for everyday concerns: relationship problems, job stress, or self-doubt, for example. Others turn to therapy during difficult times, such as a divorce.
The first session or two of therapy is a time for mutual connection, a time for the therapist to learn about you and your issues. The therapist may ask for a mental and physical health history.
It’s also a good idea to talk to the therapist about what you hope to achieve in therapy. Together, you can set goals and benchmarks that you can use to measure your progress along the way.
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