30 min Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Session

£85.00

30 min Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Session (CBT) by Alison Demarco

CBT revolves around changing our unhealthy thoughts to healthy.  For many who suffer from anxiety, depression, loss of energy, lack of motivation and purpose, CBT is effective.  Offering new learning, with tried and tested coping structures, aligning to our life purpose, provokes new ways of living.  

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30 min Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Session known as CBT  

CBT revolves around changing our unhealthy thoughts to healthy.  For many who suffer from anxiety, depression, loss of energy, lack of motivation and purpose, CBT is effective.  Offering new learning, with tried and tested coping structures, aligning to our life purpose, provokes new ways of living. Book your 30 min Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Session known as CBT with Alison Demarco Today

Thoughts can lead us down many different roads, and CBT teaches us how our thinking is often far from accurate. The structures that are put in place during a therapy session will help the client to not only understand their thinking but change their perceptions.  This in turn helps to promote new ways of thinking positively and changing feeling and behavior.  A CBT Practitioner will support you and guide you to hold tightly to your truth through the challenging, perhaps frustrating, darkest, and most fearful times of our lives. 

CBT offers a common sense approach with solid structures that will provoke a particular shift into alignment of mind, body and soul. 

Because CBT has clear structures, it offers success driven outcomes.  In essence, BCT offers the client insights into a different quality of thinking, a deeper, inward, soul search–probably deeper than you’ve gone ever before. 

Negative thoughts about oneself arise from our perceptions of past experiences, and not the actual experience itself. CBT enables the detachment from the debilitating thoughts that affect the person in the present, who more often than not link them to their future. CBT helps to stop our internal chatterbox, and the assumptions it makes.  For example “She hates me” – anxiety – stress. In other words CBT helps recognize unhealthy thoughts and create healthy thinking patterns. CBT looks at the event that creates the unhealthy thought, the belief that follows and the consequences that have created the action.

CBT is interactive between practitioner and client.  Working together the Practitioner and client will create achievable goals. Specific, realistic and time frames options are part of the forward program. Keeping a log of the ongoing progress, the details of any tasks the client has taken and the feelings and mood that they are feeling.  CBT looks at avoidance behaviors, this helps the client to become independent and fully able to deal with any difficult situations that may arise in the future. 

  • Stress
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Personality disorders
  • Phobias
  • Anger
  • Addiction
  • Fear
  • Eating disorders