Hemel Counselling
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, often abbreviated to CBT, sees a connection between thoughts, feelings and behaviours. It understands that the way people think affects how they feel and behave.

Thinking patterns can become negative for many reasons, which often leads to distress. For example, always thinking the worst, can lead to increasing anxiety. CBT aims to make thinking more flexible by learning skills to manage unhelpful thoughts and challenge them.

Therefore, it may be useful for us in our work together to explore your thought patterns. Learning to recognise and challenge unhelpful thoughts can lead to reducing distressing feelings and help you change negative behaviours.