CBT is a well-researched, psychotherapeutic approach based on the principle that the way you think profoundly influences the way you feel and what you do. So, if you’re able to change one of these elements, you can affect the others too.
Based upon our experiences, we all develop patterns of thinking and behaviour. Some of these may make us feel worse, physically or mentally (or both), rather than better. CBT helps us notice when we’re falling back into these unhelpful patterns and gives us the tools to change.
You can receive qualified CBT from our mental health experts, whether you’re home’s in Bury St Edmunds, Colchester, Ipswich, Woodbridge or anywhere else across Suffolk and Essex. Wherever you are, CBT is about learning how to think and act differently, changing the way you deal with both day-to-day life and more stressful situations. In time, this can help you develop more useful patterns of thinking and behaviour – and to feel more in control.
Our CBT therapists, Natasha Goodchild and Simon Jones, have the experience and professional qualifications needed to provide effective treatment. They’ll use CBT to help with your mental and physical health conditions, including depression, anxiety disorders and chronic pain.
Natasha and Simon are both accredited by the British Association of Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies; its website has more information about CBT and a range of self-help leaflets.