Cognitive Behaviour Therapy in Newcastle and Gateshead

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

Cognitive behavioural therapy

What is CBT?

Unlike other forms of therapy, CBT focuses on the problems you are experiencing in the here and now. CBT helps you define a goal and achieve that goal by changing the way that you think, feel or behave in the hope of changing vicious cycles of thinking. It is underpinned by the theory that your thoughts, feelings, behaviour and physical sensations are interconnected and that it is not the event that causes the problem, but the meanings and thoughts that you attach to it. CBT aims to help you deal with, and understand, overwhelming problems in a more positive way by breaking them down into smaller parts. In CBT you are supported to change these negative patterns to improve the way that you feel.

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What can CBT help with?:


Anxiety and worry


Post Traumatic Stress

Perinatal Mental Health

Post Natal Low mood/Depression

Anger Mangement


Eating Problems

Cognitive behavioural therapy

What happens in CBT?

In CBT you will work with your therapist to identify and challenge negative thought patterns and behaviour. You may focus on what's going on in your life now or negative past events. This will depend upon your goals. The number of sessions that you will require will also depend on thecomp lexity of the presenting issuesand your goals. This will be discussed in your initial appointment. Please get in contact if you would like to discuss CBT further.

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