Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)

What is CBT?

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is an evidence-based approach that helps you manage your emotions in a healthy way. You will work with your therapist to identify current thinking patterns and behaviours that might be problematic and you will learn techniques to improve these. Your therapist will tailor your programme to your unique needs.

CBT can be very effective in treating stress, anxiety, depression and a number of other common mental health problems.

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Tailored Treatment

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).

We are an NHS Provider

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.

Confidential & Supportive

Our Talking Therapies service is completely confidential. Highly-trained therapists will offer you non-judgmental support and the right therapy plan for your needs.

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Unlike some other talking therapies, CBT deals with your current problems, rather than focusing on issues from your past. However it can be helpful to look back at the past to help you to understand the cause of your concerns.

The ultimate aim is to help you to learn ways to manage your emotions in a healthy way, now and into the future. 

You can receive CBT therapy in a range of ways...

Face to Face
Via the Phone or on Skype
On a group course

You can refer yourself to us for CBT using our form or call us on 01483 906392.

Our team will help guide you to the right therapy.