CBT is an extremely powerful tool, effective in the treatment of numerous conditions including depression, anxiety, eating disorders, stress and OCD. This talking therapy helps you to manage your problems by looking at the way you think and behave, and helps you to replace your way of thinking with more realistic and helpful thoughts.

CBT focuses on your current situation and specific problems, finding strategies to address these and enabling you to discover more effective coping skills.

Widely used by the NHS, CBT has an extensive base of evidence showing how effective it can be. However, not everyone who benefits from CBT has a mental health condition. It can be an effective tool to help anyone learn how to better manage stressful life situations.

For more information see:

“I learnt how to deal with negative thoughts and emotions”