Cognitive Beahioural Therapy (CBT)
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy or CBT as it is more commonly referred to is a therapy that focuses on assessing the particular ways in which individuals think, behave, perceive, act and react. This knowledge will equip the therapist or individual to deal successfully with their own or their clients behavioural, emotional and social challenges.
CBT therapists work to unlock and release the potential within their clients, to bring about 'major positive improvements' and changes in their lives by focusing upon presenting issues and offering more balanced and focused ways of looking at, addressing and handling such matters, with a more positive outcome. CBT is a powerful and practical tool for personal exploration, problem solving and development. Additionally this therapy offers 'strategies and techniques' for addressing and dispelling negative thought processes/patterns. CBT offers the sufferer of panic disorders/ agoraphobia and many other similar ailments, the solution of learning, by practice and repetition, new ways of dealing with difficult situations and the anxieties they may cause.
Suitability - Who should attend?
Those wishing to gain professional qualifications in the field of holistic therapy
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