Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Blog - October 2016

NHS Treat Mental Health Effectively
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

NHS Treat Mental Health Effectively

It’s been an interesting few years for mental health; once seen as an ambiguous and silent range of problems that were kept out of the public perception, it has recently found its voice and received an unprecedented amount of attention. Numerous articles questioning the quality of treatment…

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Schools Sign Mindfulness
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

Schools Sign Mindfulness

It’s Wednesday morning and the children from year 5 at St John the Baptist primary school in Brighton are chatting noisily at their desks. A bell chimes and the chatter stops. Thirty children close their eyes and place a hand across their chest, breathing in and out slowly. It’s as if they’ve been…

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Teenage Anxiety Epidemic
Anxiety Treatment with CBT

Teenage Anxiety Epidemic

More young women aged 16 to 24 than ever before are experiencing mental health problems according to a government study, Adult Psychiatric Morbidity Survey, published last week. ‘Young women have become a key high-risk group,’ it said. The survey followed another recent study that found more than a…

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