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What is CBT?

What does CBT treat?

CBT is an effective treatment for a range of common mental health problems including:

  • Depression

  • Anxiety

  • Generalised Anxiety Disorder

  • OCD

  • Health Anxiety

  • Phobias

  • PTSD

  • Social Anxiety

  • Body Dysmorphia

  • Panic Disorder

  • Eating Disorders

  • Low Self Esteem

  • Long Term Health Conditions (Chronic pain, fibromyalgia etc)

CBT uses a blend of Cognitive and Behavioural Techniques. Cognitive techniques target how people think and perceive things. Behavioural techniques target how they behave and respond.

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Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is an evidence based form of psychotherapy which looks at how we think, feel and behave. It is an effective treatment for a range of common mental health problems and is recommended by NICE guidance. CBT aims to empower people by teaching them how to understand and overcome their problems. It is a highly collaborative treatment, with the ultimate aim of making people their own therapist.


Cognitive Restructuring looks at challenging the way people think. This helps them to see things from a more balanced perspective, which ultimately leads to a better mood and improved wellbeing. 

Behavioural Activation

Behavioural Activation (BA) is a technique which  works on the link between activity and mood. BA improves symptoms of Depression by increasing levels of activity and positive reinforcement in day to day life.

Worry management

Worry Management helps people to recognise when they are worrying unnecessarily and teaches them techniques which help them to keep worries under control. 

Behavioural Experiments

Behavioural experiments allow people to test out negative predictions in a safe and controlled way. Tackling these predictions allows people to face their fears and gain new perspectives. This ultimately leads to more confidence and less anxiety. 

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How can CBT be used in the workplace?

CBT is a logical, no nonsense therapy which can be used by a range of people to target a range of difficulties.


Common workplace problems such as low motivation, poor self confidence, negative thinking and communication difficulties can all be targeted and improved by CBT.


Teaching employees how to understand their mental health and then treat any symptoms which may occur is an excellent way of preventing the development of long standing mental health issues.


Prevention is cheaper than the cure and Investing in our workforce can lead to significant savings for every business and the wider economy.