About Cognitive Therapy

Cognitive Therapy is an approach that has been proven to be an effective treatment for a range of problems in many research trials.

These include:

Social Phobia
Panic Disorder
Health Anxiety
Generalized Anxiety Disorder
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Bulimia Nervosa.

The basis of cognitive therapy is that thoughts play a key role in determining our feelings or moods and behaviour. By identifying and altering our thinking, we are able to see ourselves, situations and relationships in a more realistic and helpful way.

Cognitive therapy is highly collabrative and involves the therapist asking questions in a way that helps people think diffently about their problems. Part of this process includes teaching clients techniques so they can challenge their thinking and behaviour outside of sessions.