(Cognitive Behavioural Therapy)
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, or CBT, is based on the idea that our thoughts, behaviours, and emotions are interwoven and are affected by our environment. To feel better emotionally, it usually helps to change the way we think and act; we may also need to consider other influences, like our relationships and environments.
In CBT, the client is an active participant in their change process. CBT is a structured, goal-oriented, and measurable form of therapy.
A warm, authentic, and non-judgmental therapist is an essential component of CBT.
CBT is research-based and is proven to be highly effective in overcoming anxiety, depression, and many other mental health problems.