Helping you move forward…

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy is widely used within the NHS and the private sector. The National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) recommends CBT for the treatment of depression and anxiety.

More than any other talking therapy, CBT has been the subject of extensive and well-documented research which has shown that after completing therapy, people continue to stay well for longer.

My emphasis is on finding solutions that work, so that you eventually become your own therapist, applying new skills and techniques to old and unhelpful patterns of thinking and behaving.

What issues are suited to CBT?​​

Depression

Stress

Anxiety and Panic Attacks

Phobias

Low Self Esteem

Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)

Eating Disorders

Anger Management

Relationship problems

Work and Career dilemmas

Addictions

Trauma

Bereavement

Physical, Sexual or Emotional Abuse

How can I be sure that CBT is the right approach for me?​

If you want to know more about CBT and are unsure whether it might help you, I offer an informal first session where you have the opportunity to talk about your difficulties in general and ask any questions you may have. We can then agree whether or not CBT is the right approach for you.

About Hadassah

About Hadassah