Paying for psychotherapy from a private practitioner can feel very odd, to both the patient and the therapist, to begin with anyway, for those brought up under the umbrella of the British NHS. Continue reading “Why go private?”
Using the right keywords for CBT web pages may not be the best way to describe the therapy.
Of the BABCP accredited cognitive behavioural therapists in East Sussex, I am one of those who have been accredited the longest. This is not me blowing my own trumpet; I know many of those whose websites appear before the Brighton Therapy Works website with a Google search, and can vouch that there are many good therapists to choose from. No, my Googlepride is hurt. Continue reading “CBT keywords or a description of psychotherapy?”
CBT can be used on different levels of “depth” depending on who is using it and the problem for which it is being used. Essentially it is a way of understanding how a problem works and the ways in which this problem is maintained, thus enabling us to work out ways of working with the problem. Continue reading “Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)”