CBT is a highly effective form of psychotherapy, which is particularly helpful for people suffering from mental health issues, depression, anxiety, grief, OCD and eating disorders. Indeed, in recent years due to its high levels of success it has become the ‘go to’ form of therapy for these types of issues.
Why Choose CBT
It is highly structured, practical and easy to implement and clients often see rapid changes within just a few sessions. Empirical studies also show that CBT is superior to anti-depressants when dealing with depression and many clients are able to come off of their medication (which must always be in consultation with their doctor), as a result of undergoing CBT.
CBT in Diagram
CBT has it roots in ancient history and Eastern philosophies, which are based around the concept “we are what we think” and certain transformative practices that support a process of changing unhelpful thought patterns. Further supplemented, by one of the core tenets of CBT, which is the concept of the client being very involved and empowered in their own therapy and healing.