Receive Online CBT For Your Mental Health During COVID-19
It’s an uncertain time for everyone at the moment, with the spread of Coronavirus globally. The information overload is enough to make you feel stressed and anxious about the pandemic, and it can heighten emotions for those who already struggle with a mental health condition.
If you do find your stress and anxiety levels increasing, or depression symptoms worsening as a result of this outbreak, it’s essential to know that you are not alone. These emotions are expected at uncertain, confusing times like these.
We want you to know that whether you are working from home, avoiding going out or have contracted the virus yourself, we are here to help you through it. We can help you understand and manage these emotions with Cognitive Behavioural Therapy.
CBT is a way of helping you to cope with stress, disorders and emotional problems by looking at the connection between how you think, feel and behave. Understanding your triggers and changing the way you respond to worry is fundamental to this type of therapy.
We offer CBT via our online programme, iCBT, allowing you to access help wherever you may be. Remote therapy is essentially face to face but carried out via digital channels such as Zoom, Skype or FaceTime. These sessions can also be on the phone if you’d prefer. Both forms of therapy can be obtained quickly with support from a CBT therapist.
Remote therapy will be suitable for you if you would prefer a clinical ‘face-to-face’ approach. The cost of this form of therapy is £99 per session; all major insurance companies accepted.
Our online programme, iCBT, is on a platform known as SilverCloud, which you can access from anywhere. You will work through a series of topics selected by our therapists based on your needs. The course is designed to be completed in your own time and at our own pace.
To assist with the online elements, you will also have access to a CBT therapist, where they can review your progress and offer feedback. These sessions can be over the phone, Skype or email.
The iCBT programme is £35 per month, with a free initial assessment. You will also get access to a therapist to assist you for 6.5hrs.