Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Blog - Archive for 2020

World Bipolar Day
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World Bipolar Day

World Bipolar Day is celebrated each year on March 30th, the birthday of Vincent Van Gogh, who was posthumously diagnosed as having the disorder.

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How to deal with Depression and COVID-19
Depression

How to deal with Depression and COVID-19

Depression is a mood disorder and it is estimated that 1 in every 4 people experience significantly depressed mood at some time in their life. In a time where self-isolating and social distancing are being strongly recommended this can increase the risk of loneliness and in many cases can cause a…

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How to deal with Anxiety and COVID-19
Anxiety Treatment with CBT

How to deal with Anxiety and COVID-19

Experiencing increased anxiety during COVID-19 is understandable given the uncertainty we are being faced with. Anxiety disorders like Generalised Anxiety Disorder , Health Anxiety, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Panic disorder , which are often associated with a difficulty dealing with uncertainty…

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What is Generalised Anxiety Disorder?
Anxiety Treatment with CBT

What is Generalised Anxiety Disorder?

Experiencing occasional feelings of Anxiety is perfectly normal throughout life. However, people with an anxiety disorder frequently have an intense, excessive and persistent fear about everyday situations. These episodes can manifest and express them in ‘waves’ of fear and emotion, making it harder

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How CBT can help with the Mental Health Crisis
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

How CBT can help with the Mental Health Crisis

It is no secret that funding in the UK public health system is stretched. Some reports have labelled the mental health crisis as a “silent catastrophe” or an “epidemic”. In the UK, one in four people will experience a mental health problem each year. Figures such as these cannot be ignored as an…

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