Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT)
Cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT) is a short-term, goal-oriented treatment that takes a hands-on, practical approach to problem-solving. CBT aims to change the patterns of thinking patterns that cause emotional difficulty and alter the behaviour associated with it.
For adults, CBT can help treat a wide range of issues including relationship problems, insomnia, addiction, anxiety and depression. For children, CBT helps address behavioural and emotional challenges or learning difficulties such as ADHD.
CBT works by analysing attitudes and behaviour through the thoughts, images and beliefs associated with these behaviours. The process provides a deeper understanding of the causes of behaviour, allowing the opportunity to change reactions and behaviour to these causes.
The benefits of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
- Identifies negative thoughts and emotions
- Learn techniques for coping with stressful life situations
- Identify ways to manage emotions
- Helps manage the symptoms of mental illness
- Prevents addiction relapse
- Manages anger
- Helps you cope with grief and loss
- Manages chronic pain
- Helps you overcome trauma and PTSD
- Helps with sleep disorders
- Can resolve relationship difficulties
- Skills learned in CBT can be used in everyday life
CBT tends to be a short term process with long term results. Tanya works with you to understand your problems and develop new strategies for tackling them. CBT introduces you to a set of principles that you can apply whenever you need to, and it'll last them a lifetime.
Tanya personalises her therapy sessions to your specific needs and personality. She provides Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for both children and adults.
Contact Educational Psychologist, Tanya to find out if CBT can benefit and enhance your family's life.