All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘CBT’

  • Cognitive therapy – can thoughts really change how you feel?

    Cognitive therapy (CBT)? is a way of identifying typical and recurring thought patterns and establishing more productive ways of thinking.? The premise on which cognitive therapy is based is that cognition’s (or thoughts) directly affect our feelings and so are directly related to anxiety, depression …

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  • CBT – what happens in a session with a psychologist?

    CBT is a highly valuable tool for helping people change their self-limiting language which influences? subsequent feelings and behaviour.? But how exactly does CBT work? CBT psychologists develop a relationship of trust with their client and carefully listen to the language they use.? Self-defeating or …

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  • Mindfulness and Cognitive Therapy – a favourable partnership

    Mindefulness Philosophy and Cognitive Therapy, when integrated, provide a refreshing way of overcoming difficulties.? Cognitive therapy focuses on identifying thinking patterns and developing ways in which they can be constructive and positive.? When this happens, an individual’s sense of wellbeing changes, as they feel better …

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  • CBT – reframing events for immediate wellbeing

    Cognitive Behavioral Therapy offers a systematic was to help people become aware of how negative thoughts affect their feelings and subsequent behaviour. I recently overheard someone say ‘My partner was so irritated the other day – she went to collect someone from the airport and …

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  • CBT and Relationship Counselling

    Relationship counselling is an excellent way of improving the quality of your relationship.? Good relationships are based on excellent communication and the ability to care about the wellbeing of another human being.? All good communication of course relies heavily on our ability to identify and …

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  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy – Can it help me feel better?

    Cognitive Behavioural Therapy ? often shortened to CBT, is a directive form of counselling and psychological therapy that focuses on understanding how our thoughts affect our behaviour.? It is based on the belief that feelings result from our thoughts and if dysfunctional or negative, result …

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