Living with a long-term physical health condition can be both physically and mentally demanding. It is common for people with long-term health problems to feel stressed, worried, angry and depressed. This can impact their day to day life and the people around them.
CBT can help by providing an open space to speak about how you are feeling and how your condition impacts you. Your therapist will guide you with tools and techniques that make daily life more manageable.
Not only will your treatment be unique to your specific needs it can also be delivered in a way that is best for you (face-to-face, phone, computer-based).
Talking Therapies is an NHS service.
It is free to use and available to anyone registered with a Surrey GP and over the age of 17.
Our Talking Therapies service is completely confidential. Highly-trained therapists will offer you non-judgmental support and the right therapy plan for your needs.
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is an evidence-based approach that helps identify problematic thinking patterns and offers tools and techniques to help improve these. Your therapy will be tailored to any physical difficulties you may have.
You can receive CBT for a long term physical health problem in a range of ways to best suit your needs:
Skype (Video call)