Integrative work with Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

Cognitive Behavioural TherapyJo has been offering Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (in the context of integrative psychotherapy) to her private practice clients, with excellent outcomes, since she completed a Post Graduate course in CBT in 2008. In the right context, with the right person and the right set of difficulties CBT really can produce mind blowing/fast results! CBT invites you to identify and challenge deep rooted beliefs, thinking patterns and consequential behaviour. Jo believes that when used in conjunction with other therapeutic approaches CBT can offer a powerful and effective way forward. Evidence based studies indicate that CBT can be useful for the following:

  • Depression
  • Anxiety (Obsessive thought patterns, Health anxiety & Social anxiety)
  • Eating distress

To find out more about Cognitive Behavioual Therapy
or to assess if CBT could be of benefit, please get in touch.