Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is a form of psychotherapy, which aims to help people manage their problems by changing the way that they think and behave. Rather than delving into the roots and causes of emotional problems, CBT is much more interested in the here-and-now and changing the way that you think and behave in order to bring about real, noticeable changes to your life.
It is a collaborative therapy, which means that YOU steer the therapy and learn the tools you need to make real, positive and permanent changes to your life.
What CBT isn't is being told what you must do to get better - instead, you work in conjunction with the therapist to devise a CBT treatment programme that works for YOU!
Psychotherapist: Marie Scott.