Cognitive Behaviour Therapy

About Cognitive Behaviour Therapy

Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) is the only form of psychotherapy to have been scientifically researched and approved by the NHS. The National Institute of Clinical Excellence (NICE) recommends CBT for anxiety.

CBT concentrates on the present and future without unnecessarily delving into past events.

Our feelings and behaviour result from our thoughts and emotions following an event or situation.

CBT is a 50/50 treatment between you and Ken and gets you thinking differently about an event or events in your life.

With CBT, you recognise you can’t change people or events but you learn to change how you feel about those people or those events.

You change when you learn how to think differently.

Most of the work is done by you away from Ken so you take control and responsibility for your thoughts and emotions.

Home assignment tasks are included, following discussions between you and Ken.

The number of sessions depends on you, how much you need or want to change.

CBT can be of great benefit in dealing with stress, tension, anxiety, depression, eating disorders, weight issues, pregnancy related issues, injury recovery, fears and phobias plus many more.

Appointments and costs

Appointment lasts approximately 60 minutes.

Please contact Ken for more details or if you require a free consultation.