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Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
Cognitive behavioural therapy is a type of psychotherapy that helps people to change their thoughts and behaviours in order to improve their mental health. Eve holds a post graduate diploma in CBT and practiced as a Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapist in a busy North London practice before leaving to train as a Clinical Psychologist.
Cognitive behavioural therapy can be helpful for people who are experiencing a range of mental health difficulties, including anxiety, depression, and post-traumatic stress disorder. Cognitive behavioural therapy can help people to improve their self-esteem by teaching them how to change the way they think and feel about themselves. There is a great deal of research evidence that supports the use of cognitive behavioural therapy for a range of mental health difficulties.
Cognitive behavioural therapy is based on the idea that our thoughts, feelings, and behaviours are all interconnected. This means that if we want to change our behaviour, we need to first understand the way we think and feel about ourselves and the world around us.
Cognitive behavioural therapy has been shown to be an effective treatment for a range of mental health difficulties, including anxiety, depression, and post-traumatic stress disorder.
The evidence for cognitive behavioural therapy comes from a variety of sources, including scientific research studies, clinical trials, and anecdotal reports from people who have used the therapy to improve their mental health.
If you are considering cognitive behavioural therapy, it is important to remember that the therapy is not a quick fix. It takes time and effort to change the way you think and feel, and you will need to be committed to the process in order to see results. However, if you are willing to put in the work, cognitive behavioural therapy can be an extremely valuable tool in improving your mental health.
If you are struggling to cope with difficult emotions, you may want to consider finding out about my compassion focussed approach in therapy. This type of therapy is based on the idea that self-compassion can help us to cope with difficult life experiences.
While the evidence for the tools and techniques is broad, these will always be adapted to you as an individual with your own set of life experiences. This isn't the cookie cutter therapy some people worry it might be, this is about a very personal, individualised approach that works for you and lets you work at your own pace.
If you are struggling with your mental health, consider booking a cognitive behavioural therapy session with Eve. Cognitive behavioural therapy can help you to change the way you think and feel about your mental health difficulties, and can ultimately lead to improved mental health. Eve is a qualified cognitive behavioural therapist, and has a wealth of experience helping people to improve their mental health. She is warm and compassionate, and will work with you at your own pace to help you achieve your goals. To book a cognitive behavioural therapy session with Eve, email on email@example.com.