In this mental health infographic we examine what Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is and how it can be used to help people manage their problems through a form of talking therapy.
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– Panic disorder
– Health anxiety
– Social anxiety
– Sleep problems
– Low self esteem
CBT sessions are often between 50 – 60 minutes long and treatment can last anywhere between 6 – 24 sessions. Cognitive behavioural therapy focuses around several key elements and these are:
Goal Directed – Goals are set early on within CBT and worked towards through therapy.
Collaborative – The client and therapist work together to achieve change.
Time limited – there is always an end goal with CBT.
Structured – An agenda is often set at the beginning of each session and there is a structure to therapy.