Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) aims to help you manage your problems by making changes to how you think and act.

Using up-to-date and powerful change tools you will learn effective strategies with which to approach your current life’s challenges and learn practical ways you can improve your state of mind and your mood on a daily basis.

By together, examining and becoming aware of your usual patterns which may be proving unhelpful, we examine other possibilities.

We work to understand how your life events and experiences may have led to the difficulties you now face. How your decisions then, in the past, are affecting your experience now, in the present.

CBT is an effective talk therapy which focuses on establishing highly individualised therapy goals and setting about helping you to achieve them.

The therapy I provide is collaborative. I aim to help you gain insights, identify your strengths and learn life skills. My hope is that you will leave therapy with increased satisfaction, confidence, and fulfillment.

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy has been found to be helpful for many problems and as such is often recommended by GP’s to treat anxiety and depression, sometimes as an alternative to medication.

CBT usually involves weekly sessions of 50 minutes. These can be on an on-going basis or pre-arranged for a 6+ week block.


£75 / Students £55


“Between stimulus and response there is a space. In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and our freedom”
Viktor Frankl

Number of sessions

CBT usually involves weekly sessions. The number of sessions required varies greatly depending on your personal circumstance. This will often be somewhere from 6 weeks to 3 months. For some the on-going support of therapy is beneficial. For effective progress tasks between sessions are often agreed.