CBT Therapy for Addictions and Addictive Behaviour

Are you struggling with an addiction to substances or behaviours that don’t serve your best interests then seeing a CBT Therapist can help you with your addiction. 

Quit smoking can be done via CBT Therapy

It’s time to get help when:

  • You need to engage in the addictive behaviour more and more to get the desired effect
  • You have unpleasant symptoms when you don’t engage in the addictive behaviour
  • You are finding it hard to cut down on or control your addictive behaviour
  • Your life is increasingly revolving around your addiction, and you are preoccupied with planning, engaging in and recovering from your addictive behaviour
  • Your relationships and work are suffering

Alcohol addiction can be treated by CBT TherapyYour treatment options:                                      

  • You may need to have a medically managed withdrawal from alcohol or drugs before having any further treatment
  • Individual therapy is the most effective line of treatment, so you can reach a greater understanding of your addiction and how to overcome it

CBT and addiction


In CBT, you and your therapist work together to identify and change negative thinking and behaviour patterns which may contribute to your emotional distress.  The focus of your therapy will be to recognise and gently change your thoughts or self-talk which express your beliefs and perceptions.  Cognitive approaches centre on replacing one thought, belief or form of self-talk with another.  CBT is also an effective way to learn more balanced ways of thinking about and coping with life events and relationships. 

Running is an much easier if you have CBT to treat your addiction

How can I make an appointment to have CBT Therapy for my addiction?


To make an appointment to see a CBT Therapist, please give us a call now on 0207 929 7911, request a call back here or send us a message here.