What Is CBT?

CBT is an effective type of psychological therapy used to treat a range of common mental health problems, such as depression and anxiety. This type of therapy works to help you manage different situations or problems by changing your responses to unhelpful thoughts and changing behaviour that isn’t helpful to you.

Your therapist works with you to reach an understanding of the origins of the difficulty. The focus of treatment tends to quickly move to what is maintaining the problem. The aim of CBT is to break this maintenance cycle in the pursuit of your personally chosen goals. In this way CBT is an active change focused type of therapy.

CBT teaches new effective coping strategies to help you deal better with difficulties even after your therapy has finished.

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What We Treat

Update: We are open again for face to face appointments treating

Depression
Health Anxiety
Phobias
Panic
Relationship Issues
Social Anxiety
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
And More…

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What To Expect

You can be sure your therapist is a CBT specialist who is passionate about the CBT model and who is skilled in CBT delivery. Your therapist will have undergone training to deliver full CBT treatment plans for the most common mental health difficulties. It is a requirement of the centre that therapists (CCBT Cork Network Affiliates) have BABCP or CBTI accreditation and are fully insured. You are also offered the option to work with a trainee therapist under supervision for a reduced cost. All our trainee therapists have a core profession such as psychology or mental health nursing.

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Appointments

Self referrals are welcome for face to face, telephone and video conferencing appointments. For further information on our referrals & fees, please get in touch with us at cbt@ccbt.ie

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Please call us on 086 174 7659 or email us on cbt@ccbt.ie.

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