Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

By: Alicia Saunders - Clinical Psychologist  09-Dec-2011
Keywords: Anxiety Counselling, Depression Counselling, Stress Counselling

CBT focuses on the connection between what we do, think and feel. Therefore, CBT can help us make changes in the way we think ("Cognitive") and the way we act ("Behaviour)". Making changes in what you think will affect what you do and how you feel, and changing what we do, in turn affects the way we think and feel. Making these changes can help us feel better. 

Keywords: Anxiety Counselling, Clinical Psychologist, Depression Counselling, Depression Therapy, Stress Counselling

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