Cognitive Behavioural Therapy – Skills to Beat Anxiety

How To Beat Anxiety

The problem of uncertainty Numerous studies have shown that an intolerance of uncertainty is a key factor in evoking anxiety. People who believe they cannot tolerate uncertainty often procrastinate, avoid situations, seek constant reassurance and/or carry out excessive checking. Ref – Carleton et al “Certain About Uncertainty” https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/22366534/ 2012 (accessed 22 January 2021) Because uncertainty …

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The Difference Between Anxiety and Depression

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If you were to ask someone to name two common mental health problems, chances are they will say anxiety and depression. Even though they are commonly referenced in conversation, people still struggle sometimes to determine the difference between these two conditions. This is because many people with anxiety also develop depression and vice versa. What …

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Myths vs Facts around Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)

What is CBT

Myth – CBT is too mechanical Fact – While it’s true that CBT has many tools in its toolbox to help people move forward, it is far from mechanical.  Cognitive behavioural therapy, like all effective therapies, emphasises the importance of a trusting, honest therapeutic relationship as the essential foundation. Furthermore, a good CBT therapist will …

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Is Your Child Suffering In Silence?

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Child counselling We understand that when a parent seeks child counselling there few things in life that are more worrying than when your child/teenager is experiencing emotional difficulties. Whether its anxiety, depression, exam stress, bullying, bereavement, abuse, family problems or anything else. Our child counselling will help your child open up and guide them through. …

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