Cognitive Behavioural Therapy is based on the idea that emotions and behaviour are determined by thinking and suggests that this can affect our physical and psychological wellbneing. By monitoring emotional upset and identifying its triggers, CBT can identify negative thought processes and unhelpful beliefs, weigh up the evidence for these and replace them with more realistic ideas. In this way CBT aims to alleviate distress.
CBT has been shown to be especially helpful in cases of stress, anxiety, depression and phobias.
Please complete the Initial interview form and either send to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com depending on your booked venue. If you are unable to download or do not have a printer please ensure you arrive 30 minutes early to complete.
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