What can CBT help with?





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How Cognitive Behaviour Therapy can help you

Embarking on a journey to better mental health is a courageous step, and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is here to offer a friendly hand along the way.

CBT is like a trusted companion in your pursuit of well-being, providing a safe space to explore and understand the intricate connections between your thoughts, emotions, and behaviours.


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What Can CBT Help With?

Together with a skilled therapist, you'll unravel the threads of negative thinking, replacing them with empowering, positive patterns that can lead to transformative change.

CBT isn't just about facing challenges; it's about acquiring practical tools to navigate them, fostering resilience and building a brighter path towards mental health and fulfilment.

It's like a gentle guide, helping you discover the strength within to rewrite your narrative and embrace a life marked by balance, self-compassion, and positive growth.







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What Can CBT Help With?


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Evidenced-based effectiveness

CBT is supported by a robust body of research and has been demonstrated to be highly effective in treating a variety of mental health conditions.

Numerous studies have shown that CBT can be as effective as, or even more effective than, other therapeutic approaches for conditions such as anxiety disorders, depression, PTSD, and more. Its evidence-based nature provides a sense of confidence in its efficacy.


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Focus on practical skills

CBT is action-oriented and emphasizes the development of practical skills. CBT can help with equipping individuals with tools and strategies to identify and challenge negative thought patterns, manage emotions, and change problematic behaviours.

This focus on concrete skills empowers individuals to actively participate in their own recovery and cope more effectively with life's challenges.



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Short-term and time-limited

One notable advantage of CBT is its relatively short-term nature. While the number of sessions can vary based on individual needs and the nature of the issue being addressed, CBT is generally more time-limited compared to some other therapeutic approaches.

This can make it a practical choice for individuals who are looking for focused and efficient treatment, leading to timely improvements in their mental health.




How can Therapy Chair help you with CBT?



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CBT helps individuals process and reframe traumatic experiences by addressing negative thought patterns and beliefs related to the trauma.

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CBT assists in navigating the grieving process by addressing distorted thinking related to loss.

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CBT targets the thoughts and behaviours that contribute to addictive patterns.



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Anxiety, Stress or Depression 

CBT is particularly effective in treating anxiety, stress, and depression by challenging negative thought patterns and promoting positive behavioural changes.

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Panic Attacks and Phobias 

CBT focuses on identifying and modifying catastrophic thoughts that contribute to panic attacks. CBT will help clients confront and gradually desensitise themselves to feared objects or situations.

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Relationship Issues 

Our therapy sessions cater to individuals striving to navigate and surmount challenges within their relationships. We delve deeply into uncovering and addressing negative thought patterns and communication styles that might impede your interpersonal connections.



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Working together, we create a framework for processing and reframing thoughts and beliefs related to the abuse.

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Self-Defeating Behaviours 

I will help you to identify and challenge self-sabotaging thoughts and behaviours.

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We can work together to address the emotional impact of bullying by working on cognitive distortions related to self-worth and resilience.






What can Therapy Chair help with?

As specialist therapists, we carry out CBT in Wolverhampton, and online for all kinds of clients. We can also carry out creative therapy to help you construct positive thoughts and ideals, and make the sessions enjoyable and practical.

CBT is about creating a collaborative relationship. Building the relationship to empower you, and teaching you at the same time. Together we can branch out to formulate a long term plan, giving you the skills to manage and understand your thoughts and feelings better.