Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is a type of talking therapy which looks at the link between your thoughts, emotions, physical symptoms and behaviours.
CBT can be used to help with a variety of different problems such as:
- Depression or low mood
- Panic attacks
- Phobias (such as needles, dogs, heights etc)
- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
- Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
- Problems with sleeping and eating
- Social Anxiety
- Low self-esteem
- Anger or other strong emotions
- Adapting to or managing long term health conditions
- Health anxiety
- And much more!
Initial consultation (30 mins - remote) - Free
Individual session (50-60 mins) - £70 (Qualified) / £40 (Trainee)
Individual session (90 mins) - £105 (Qualified) / £60 (Trainee)
Group session - contact for more information.
GROUPS (COMING SOON)
Jennie has a lot of experience in facilitating group therapy and is in the process of creating groups for sleep, relaxation and other common issues.
Please check back soon for more info!
TRAINEE CBT THERAPIST
We now have a Trainee CBT Therapist offering therapy sessions at a discounted rate. The Trainee is already fully qualified in another discipline, but is now training in CBT.
Trainees are heavily supervised by qualified Therapists, both at Chiltern Talking Therapies and their University.
Practice sessions are an essential part of becoming a qualified CBT Therapist. They must complete 200 hours of therapy with clients before they can apply for accreditation.
They must audio record sessions to play in supervision sessions which is for their own development, not to discuss your participation. The feedback is a crucial element for Trainees to learn and progress on their University course.
If you would be interested in supporting a Trainee in their journey to becoming a fully accredited CBT Therapist, contact us today for more information.
The offer of working with a Trainee is dependent upon your current difficulties and for a variety of reasons, you may or may not be suitable.