In a typical Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapy session the therapist and the client work together to:
Develop a shared understanding of the client's problem.
Identify how these affect the client's thoughts, behaviours, feelings and daily functioning.
Based on the understanding of each client's individual problems the therapist and the client will then work together to identify goals for the end of therapy and agree a shared psychotherapy plan.
The focus of therapy is to enable the client to generate solutions to their problems that are more helpful than their present ways of coping. This will involve the client using the time between therapy sessions to try things out, record information and bring this feedback to the next session.WHICH TYPES OF PROBLEM
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) Cardiff is a friendly out-patient psychological therapy service, within the beautiful setting of Cardiff Bay. CBT Cardiff aims to offer psychological therapy to individuals, occupational health units or businesses in and around Cardiff and South Wales.
Past and current clients include: Arrivia trains, Dow Corning Ltd, HMP Parc, Solutia Ltd, Sinclair Garages, South Wales Fire & Rescue Service & solicitors across the UK.MEET THE TEAM & READ MORE ABOUT THE CBT SERVICES
“I was in an accident 6 years ago that resulted in me receiving a brain injury which nearly cost my life. Since then I have gone through many feeling and emotions: scared, loss of confidence, no motivation, lack of confidence and many other thoughts and feelings.”READ MORE
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