Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is a type of counselling, or “talking therapy”. Unlike many types of talking therapy, it does not try to deal with issues from the past but looks at the way we think, react and behave in present situations and how this might be changed to benefit our mental and physical health. CBT can help us break down recurring cycles of negativity, by looking at the way our actions, reactions, emotions and physical sensations are linked and by identifying what can be changed.

Therapists: Angela Johnson, Liz Saunders, Dr Suzie Davies, Natalie Smith, Dr Marie Clarke, Ben Toner-Clewes

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