Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is a short term, structured talking therapy.
Unlike many other approaches, its main focus is on the current day and how your thoughts, feelings and behaviours impact your overall wellbeing.
This does not mean past events are ignored, often they provide clues and explanations for what is happening, and how you are feeling, today.
Unfortunately, we cannot change the past, but we can learn new ways and strategies to deal with those experiences allowing us to create a brighter future. Often small changes can create significant improvements, and CBT can provide many tools to implement change. It also provides you with the knowledge, resources, and skills to become your own future therapist.
Below are just a few of the common issues CBT is proven to help: