Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Benefits

  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) can often bring clarity, peace of mind and the answers to the problems that you are struggling with
  • Exploring your thoughts with a professional, non-judgmental person can make you feel less alone and more able to sort out your thoughts in a productive way
  • When your thoughts are muddled, decision making can be tough. CBT is a collaborative relationship, which can help you to develop realistic plans to feel less stuck and to move forwards
  • CBT can give you a greater degree of self-awareness and understanding of yourself and others can help you to improve your self-esteem, and become more reflective in your personal relationships
  • Your life can suddenly begin to feel more enjoyable and fun
  • CBT sessions can provide you with more direction and confidence, and with strategies how to develop to your full potential and to achieve goals
  • According to the NHS and NICE research has shown CBT can be as effective as medication in treating some mental health problems. The treatment can help you manage problems, such as anxiety and depression, and make them less likely to have a negative impact on your life
  • The skills you learn in CBT can be incorporated into everyday life to help you cope better after your therapy is finished
  • CBT can be completed in a relatively short time frame when compared with other talk therapies

 

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