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What is CBT? counselling banbury, counselling banbury, counselling banbury, counselling banbury, counselling              Cognitive Behaviour Therapy or CBT is a talking therapy. It concentrates on: counsellor banbury

  • how you think about yourself, the world and other people
  • how what you do affects your thoughts, feelings and behaviour

CBT is a collaborative approach, with the therapist and client working together towards the same set of goals. It is time-limited and can be used with individuals or couples as well as in group settings. CBT is also commonly used in conjunction with relaxation and mindfulness techniques. Research evidence has shown that CBT is an effective treatment for a variety of difficulties, including anxiety and depression. counselling banbury, counselling banbury, counselling banbury, counselling banbury, counselling banbury, counselling banbury, counselling witney, counselling witney, counselling                            Your thoughts, feelings and behaviour... counsellor banbury, counsellor banbury, counselling                   CBT works by breaking down a problematic situation or difficulty into smaller parts. Doing this will: oxfordshire counselling, oxfordshire counselling, oxfordshire counselling, oxfordshire counselling, oxfordshire counselling

  • help identify any recurring patterns in relation to your thoughts, feelings, physical sensations and behaviour
  • highlight whether any of the above are unrealistic, unhelpful or negative

Summary: empowering the client... counselling banbury counselling banbury counselling banbury                      The main techniques used in CBT are orientated towards empowering the client to alleviate distressing symptoms. Common techniques are keeping a diary of significant thoughts, feelings and behaviours, challenging or testing unhelpful thoughts and assumptions, and trying out new behaviours. These can be used to help break patterns that are 'keeping the problem going'. For example, reducing negative thoughts that tend to maintain depression. counselling witney counselling witney counselling witney counselling witney counselling witney counselling counselling witney                   One of the advantages of CBT is that you can continually practise or develop the skills you have learnt after therapy has finished. counselling witney, counselling witney, counselling witney, counselling witney, counselling witney, counsellor witney, counsellor witney, counselling witney, counselling witney, counselling witney, counselling               Return to homepage  counselling oxfordshire, counselling oxfordshire, counselling oxfordshire, counselling oxfordshire, counsellor oxfordshire, psychology banbury, psychology witney, psychology oxfordshire, psychologist banbury, psychologist witney, psychologist oxfordshire, counselling banbury, counselling witney, counsellor oxfordshire, psychology banbury, oxford counsellor, counsellor oxford, counselling oxford, oxford counselling, oxford psychology, psychology oxford, psychologist oxford, oxford psychologist, oxford counsellor, counsellor oxford, counselling oxford, oxford counselling, oxford psychology, psychology oxford, psychologist oxford, oxford psychologist, oxford counsellor, counsellor oxford, counselling oxford, oxford counselling, oxford psychology, psychology oxford, psychologist oxford, oxford psychologist, oxford counsellor, counsellor oxford, counselling oxford, oxford counselling, oxford psychology, psychology oxford, psychologist oxford, oxford psychologist, oxford counsellor, counsellor oxford, counselling oxford, oxford counselling, oxford counsellor, counsellor oxford, counselling oxford, oxford counselling, psychologist banbury, banbury psychologist, oxford psychologist, psychologist oxford,