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Going beyond 50 minutes in the room

Individual CBT

Blocks of 12, 18 or 24 sessions with  Multi-agency review and liaison hours as additional


Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, which is often referred to as CBT, is a form of talking therapy. CBT is interested in how our thoughts, feelings, body sensations and beliefs interact with each other. Within the CBT model it is recognized that our thoughts will impact on our feelings and behaviours. The therapist will work with the client to set goals and desired outcomes. Through exploration the therapist and client work together at changing unhelpful thinking. CBT is interested in exploring the impact of the five areas on how the client views and makes sense of themselves, the world and others. The client develops a range of strategies with the therapist to overcome unhelpful thinking

Who may benefit from this intervention?

CBT has been proven to help with a range of issues such as 




Disordered eating

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