You are probably reading this page because right now you don’t like the way you feel. You may feel anxious, worried, scared, sad, hopeless, angry or another intense emotion. Strong feelings like these often lead to negative thoughts about ourselves or other people, and can also affect our behaviour.
Often our thoughts and behaviour help to maintain this cycle as we struggle to cope with the intense feelings we have. With Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) we help you to see things from a slightly different perspective, leading to more balanced thoughts and small changes in your behaviour, which start to change the way you feel. CBT helps us to question our assumptions and take a more balanced view of the situations that cause us difficulty, so that we can begin to take small steps towards overcoming our problems.