What is CBT?

Cognitive Behaviour Therapy is a short term therapy (average 12 weeks) that aims to look at thoughts, feelings and behaviour in such a way to identify unhelpful patterns, make changes where appropriate and support the individual to achieve their desired goals. CBT has been found to be successful with depression, anxiety, OCD, PTSD, stress, low self-esteem and eating disorders. 

What difference can CBT make?

“In my late teens/early 20s I suffered from depressive episodes and had been taking anti-depressive medication in order to manage it. I am now in my early 30s and originally decided to try Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) because everything else I had tried had been unsuccessful. I still find it hard to believe how successful therapy has been for me. CBT has enabled me to address my difficulties and I've managed to successfully come off my anti-depressive medication after being on them for more than 10 years. Undergoing CBT has truly been a life changing process for me.” 

What's new?

Online Therapy

Cambridge CBT now offers therapy using online conferencing tools. This is the best alternative to face-to-face therapy for people who cannot travel. 

Contact Us

For further information, or to make an appointment for an initial consultation, contact Fiona on 0845 4099 019 or 01954 261623 

Cambridge CBT Ltd

0845 4099 019

Appointments are available both during the day and evenings. Referrals accepted for therapy with adults, children and from insurance companies. 

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