Is there evidence that CBT works?
CBT is evidence-based. This means it’s been clinically proven to work.
NICE (The National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence) is the independent organisation responsible for recommending national healthcare guidance on the promotion of good health, and the prevention and treatment of ill health. They continuously recommend CBT for many issues.
The Department of Health has also produced information supportive of CBT in its documents which look at the most popular and effective types of psychotherapy.
Research demonstrates that only pure CBT is effective, and the efficacy of CBT blended into other therapies (i.e. counselling, psychotherapy and hypnotherapy) is not proven. Our CBT therapists only provide pure CBT.
Feel free to read testimonials from some of our clients here