Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
Sometimes a greater level of support is needed, so you may have a further assessment with a Cognitive Behavioural Therapist. They can help you to identify and understand your difficulties in terms of the relationship between thoughts, feelings and behaviours, to enable you to bring about change. Cognitive Behavioural Therapist’s usually offer sessions of individual face to face therapy, telephone therapy and also video therapy via Microsoft Teams, we can also introduce you to additional services if required.
Generalised Anxiety Disorder (GAD) course
Our six-week Generalised Anxiety Disorder (GAD) course is designed to help people who have recognised they have problematic worry, usually about a range of themes. Generalised worry can be uncontrollable, persistent and cause significant distress. This course aims to help clients understand their cognitive, physical, emotional and behavioural responses to worry. It will help you distinguish between a hypothetical worry and a problem and introduce skills and strategies to address worry.