What is CBT? 

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is an evidence based psychological treatment. 
It is a specific psychotherapeutic model, which helps us to address our emotional difficulties, and improve the way we think and feel, and in turn improve our relationship with ourselves and others. CBT focuses on the thoughts, feelings and behaviours that are troublesome or unhelpful, as these often undermine our self confidence and can trigger depression or anxiety. CBT looks at how problems are developed are maintained in the “here and now”. It can help you to learn new methods of coping and problem solving which can be used for the rest of your life. It can be seen as an investment in your future happiness and stability, and can help to maintain more stable relationships. 
CBT can prove very effective in the following areas. If you're looking for help with problems such as these, please get in touch. 
Social anxiety 
Panic attacks 
Work related stress 
PTSD / Trauma 
Addictions (alcohol, drugs, gambling, internet addictions) 
Eating disorders 
Eating problems 
Body image problems 
Obsessive compulsive disorder 
Anger management 
Interpersonal issues 
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy is evidence based which means that research has proven its effectiveness, and it is the treatment of choice for a number of mental health issues as indicated in the government backed NICE clinical guidelines. 
My office is conveniently located close to the Humber Bridge and is ideal for clients looking for CBT in Hull, Hessle, Beverley, East Yorkshire and North Lincolnshire. Free client parking is provided. To book an appointment or arrange a call, just get in touch or fill in the contact form below. 
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