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GPs Recovery with CBT
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

GPs Recovery with CBT

GPs are unable to access confidential care locally. We have treated 405 GPs with mental health problems over the last year; with CBT 85% are making a full recovery. The GPs were all suffering from common mental health problems, such as anxiety and depression. Read more out the results here.

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OCD Recovered with CBT
OCD Treatment with CBT

OCD Recovered with CBT

Lucy Wallis writes for the BBC about Catherine Benfield's journey out of OCD. She recovered with CBT, but also helped by creating Olive the personification of her OCD. In the CBT treatment of OCD we often encourage clients to externalise their OCD experience, for these very reasons...

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14 Top CBT Tips for Sleep
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

14 Top CBT Tips for Sleep

As a CBT Therapist in London ‘sleeplessness’ is part of the majority of therapy talks I have with my clients. This is not because I see a lot of clients with sleep disorder but because feeling rested is essential to our overall well-being and because not being able to get a decent sleep can reveal…

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PTSD Treatment
PTSD Treatment

PTSD Treatment

We have expert CBT therapists that are effective in treating PTSD. CBT and EMDR are the treatment of choice for PTSD and complex PTSD. We have outstanding results for PTSD: measured on anxiety, depression, and Impact of Events Scale(r). You can benchmark our data across other CBT and EMDR services.

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CBT and Dealing With Difficult Familiy
CBT for Couples

CBT and Dealing With Difficult Familiy

I had an interesting experience with a client recently who came to see me for Cognitive Behavioural Therapy in London. I knew we had to address ‘relationship’ and how CBT could help, but it was not CBT for Couples we needed to talk about. The issue this client had was her relationship with her…

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