Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)

What is CBT?

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) looks to identify and examine the relationship between what you think, how you feel and what you do. This therapy helps you to explore any thoughts and behaviours which may be unhelpful and to support you with developing new ways of coping.

CBT looks at how our thoughts, feelings and behaviours are interconnected and can lead to us feeling trapped in a vicious cycle and looks at how we can break the cycle in a positive way into smaller parts and help you to feel less stuck.

We provide CBT sessions online – you can get in touch to book a free initial consultation.

What problems can CBT help with?




Work stress




Trouble sleeping


Negative thoughts

Long-term conditions

Low self-esteem

How does CBT work?

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy identifies and examines the relationships between your thoughts, feelings and behaviours and helps you to identify what happens if you experience unhelpful thoughts and/or worries and the impact of this on your emotions and behaviours.

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy uses tools and techniques to help you feel more like you. It uses specific techniques to manage your thoughts and worries, building new routines and reducing any avoidance which helps you to feel less anxious and increases your mood.

How long will my sessions last?

We offer 50 minute appointments and would usually recommend a minimum of six sessions. However, many people find that between 10-20 sessions is sufficient. We will always talk through the structure of your therapy sessions and work together to identify how many sessions would be helpful.

When can I have my CBT sessions?

You can begin CBT sessions whenever feels right for you. We would always recommend booking in a free 20 minute consultation with us so that we can identify what support would be helpful for you. We always recommend attending sessions in a quiet and confidential space (such as being at home without distraction).