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Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Long Term Health Conditions

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Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Long Term Health Conditions

Having a long-term health condition can be both physically and mentally demanding. It is common for people with long term health conditions to feel stressed, worried, angry and depressed due to their condition and how it can impact their day to day life and interactions with those around them.

It has been found that CBT can be of benefit in providing an open space to speak about how you are feeling and how the condition impacts life for you. Whilst this will be different for everyone, CBT can help in learning new tools and techniques to make daily life more manageable.

CBT is an evidence-based approach that looks at the links between a situation and how we might think, feel; both physically and emotionally and behave in response to this.

You will work with your therapist to identify current thinking patterns and behaviours that might be problematic, as well as learning techniques to improve these, this will be adapted around any physical difficulties you might have.

Courses: Is living with a Long Term Condition getting you down?

We offer free NHS courses to help you cope with the challenges of living with a long term condition.

For more information please call 01483 906392

Download: Talking Therapies Long Term Conditions Leaflet 
Download: Emotional Health and Diabetes Leaflet 
Download: Emotional Health and coping with Pain Leaflet

If you feel you could benefit from CBT and Long Term Health Conditions Therapy please complete the treatment form below.

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