CBT Therapy Cambridge

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy or CBT is a helpful and common form of therapy used across the world. Supported by the NHS, CBT has been proven to be an effective tool in short term therapy, helping many people change their thoughts and behaviour to live a more positive life.

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Overcoming Obstacles with CBT

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CBT can help  you tackle a variety of obstacles:

  • Stress
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Eating Disorders
  • Quitting Smoking
  • Insomnia
  • Alcoholism
  • Anger Management
  • Relationship Problems
  • Chronic Pain
  • Low Self Esteem

Book Your CBT Session

  • Call 01733 639 040
  • Email info@www.mentalwellnesscounselling.uk
  • Online booking calendar

  • Depending on the nature of the issue you are aiming to overcome, your counsellor is likely to offer CBT alongside another form of therapy.

    Understanding what CBT is and the ways you can help yourself may help you overcome your obstacles, without the need to talk to a trained therapist.

    CBT is backed by a large number of studies proving its effectiveness, and positive differences are often made through a short number of sessions with a counsellor or therapist.

    Why CBT?

    Whilst there are a large number of therapies out there that can help people handle and overcome a variety of issues, CBT is based on science. Instead of looking to the distant past to discover why you may feel a certain, way CBT is a 'talking therapy' that helps you to manage the way you think and behave.

    CBT: What Does it Mean?


    How you think will be completely unique to you. Cognition relates to the various things our mind can do, including scheduling, planning, problem solving and more.


    We all behave differently and respond differently to different stations. 'behaviour' refers to  how we 'act' - from the noticeable actions such as how we work, to less obvious thing such as how we stand, or how we fiddle with our hands.

    The mindset you adopt can dramatically shape the way you perceive a situation to be, and therefore shape your actions or reactions. It's true that no one can be happy and positive all the time, but Cognitive Behaviour Therapy is there to be used in conjunction with other forms of therapy to help you overcome stresses or achieve a certain goal.

    CBT Cambridge

    Both Mind and the NHS offer free, time-limited Cognitive behavioural therapy in Cambridge, although there is usually a wait time of several weeks or months.

    CBT with Mental Wellness Counselling 

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    CBT forms an integral part of the counselling process, and we have been offering this form of therapy at Mental Wellness Counselling for many years.

    Together, we can design a CBT plan to enable you to healthily overcome your obstacles in the shortest time frame possible.

    Your CBT plan should always include the following:

    • Analysis of the potential triggers for your problem area.
    • Exploration of some of your thoughts and feelings during the problem area process or cycle.
    • The introduction of tools and techniques that can help you start to get control and defeat whatever is troubling you.

    In order to get the most out from your therapy, you may be offered, CBT handouts and worksheets, guides covering basic CBT techniques, and a list of interventions.

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    Book Your First Session

    Reach out to schedule your first session. Scheduling your first CBT session is easy with Mental Wellness Counselling. We have a number of ways for you to make that first appointment

    1. Call 01733 639 040
    2. Email info@www.mentalwellnesscounselling.uk
    3. Online booking calendar

    During your first session we'll discuss your issue, and assess whether CBT is best form of therapy for you.


    Is CBT right for me?

    CBT is backed by science proven to help the vast majority of people. If CBT is not the right form of therapy for you, there's no need to worry. Our counsellors are fully trained in a variety of therapies and will be able to identify the best approach for you.

    What are your fees?

    £50 per 50 minute session. 24 hours notice cancellation policy. Concessions are available for long-term work and for young-people / students (minimum £40 per session)

    How long does CBT take?

    6 sessions of CBT is a good guidelines to stick by, however, you may feel you need more or less sessions.

    Will you prescribe medication?

    No I don’t prescribe medication, for medication you need to see a GP or a Psychiatrist. I can discuss medication with you based on my knowledge or this area, but before taking any, you should see either a GP or Psychiatrist or someone else qualified to prescribe it.

    When can we have sessions?

    I am open 8.30 am to 9.30 pm Mon - Sun. I have availability in the evenings and at weekends.

    Reach out if you'd like to talk about how I can help. 01733 639 040 info@www.mentalwellnesscounselling.uk.

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    Main Benefits of CBT Therapy in Cambridge

    Counselling is a caring humanistic profession

    Counsellors undertake many years of training and practice placements that allow them to hone their listening, caring and understanding skills as well as their theoretical understanding of human life.

    Many counsellors have struggled with their own problems, have learnt to overcome them and now want to give back.

    1. 1
      Experienced Professional

    Work with someone who is trained and experienced in the common problems of human living and chose this work because they care.

    1. 2
      Self Knowledge

    Gain Knowledge about yourself that it can be hard to find out alone. Talk with another person in an open and honest manner.

    1. 3
      Exploration of Problems

    Understand your problems and their causes. Learn how to change and overcome them.

    1. 4
      Knowledge and Learning

    Learn some of the latest knowledge about what contributes and shapes human well-being. 

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