Lets Talk About Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) looks to help you manage problems by enabling you to recognise how your thoughts can affect your feelings and behaviour. CBT combines a cognitive approach (examining your thoughts) with a behavioural approach (the things you do). It aims to break overwhelming problems down into smaller parts, making them easier to manage.CBT tends to focus on current problems and practical solutions to help you feel better now.
Although CBT is a ‘here and now’ approach, you may reflect on early experiences and patterns through your life to help understand your difficulties and find lasting solutions to them.