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Welcome to my Practice
As an Accredited Cognitive Behavioral Psychotherapist I have worked with hundreds of patients and understand the intricacies of various psychological issues that people face.
My work revolves around being friendly, disciplined and organized yet flexible. I approach my patients and help them resolve their emotional issues of the past and the present, to open the door to a brighter and confident future.
Therapy at Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Interventions Manchester
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Interventions Manchester is a private practice providing Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapy for a range of mental health issues, including anxiety problems, depression and emotional problems and much more. CBT promote psychological wellbeing, change and healing.
At Cognitive Behaviour intervention Manchester, we offer you the opportunity to step back from your problems and have the specialist support and expertise you need to help you make sense of what is happening and how you are feeling. Creating a safe, supportive and compassionate space to enable you to understand what you are experiencing in order to make changes and live life to the fullest.
Although at the practice we mainly focus on cognitive behaviour therapy we are able to offer you the opportunity to integrate within CBT other evidence-based models of psychotherapy.
We are able to offer variations in our psychotherapy services because we have associate therapist that are qualified and experienced in providing: Schema Therapy; Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT); Compassion Focussed Therapy (CFT); and Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) and many more. learn more about our other forms of therapy and how these therapies can help you overcome any issues that you may be facing.
How does Cognitive Behavioural Therapy work?
Cognitive behaviour therapy goes through your issues and breaks it down into 5 main areas; situations, thoughts, emotions, physical feelings and actions. These areas are all intertwined with one another and identified as the root of any negative thoughts and feelings. Our cognitive behaviour therapist will help you recognise these negative thoughts and feelings, in order to help you overcome them and also help you change your thought patterns.
Why Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)?
There are many psychotherapies available to treat negative thoughts and feelings but CBT has been found to be the most profound. This is merely due to it being the most clinically evaluated intervention for both adults and children.
There is a great deal of research evidence which shows how effective CBT can be, for example, BBC news made a report on a study where participants who underwent CBT saw a 50% reduction in depression over a 12-month period. In addition to this, they found that those who failed to respond to drug treatment saw a reduction in the symptoms of depression.
CBT can effectively treat a wide range of psychological and physical health conditions, and this has been carefully reviewed by the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE), who provide independent evidence-based guidance for the NHS on the most effective mental health treatments.
CBT is recommended by NICE as a treatment in the NHS for most psychological conditions. For a more comprehensive understanding of why Cognitive Behavioural Therapy continues to show effective results contact us and we will be happy to help you learn further.
How does Cognitive Behavioural Therapy work?
When negative thoughts and feelings are broken down the issue appears smaller and less overwhelming, therefore making it easier to manage. Cognitive behaviour therapy goes through your issues and breaks it down into 5 main areas; situations, thoughts, emotions, physical feelings and actions.
These areas are all intertwined with one another and identified as the root of any negative thoughts and feelings. Our cognitive behaviour therapist will help you recognise these negative thoughts and feelings, in order to help you overcome them and also help you change your thought patterns.