cbt consulting ltd


psychological approaches for everybody’s difficulties

Our team of Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapists, based across East Sussex, are available to offer psychological approaches to people’s difficulties. CBT tries to understand people’s difficulties in terms of the relationship between thoughts, feelings and behaviours. The approach usually focuses on the here and now, and relies on a collaborative understanding of the problem(s).

The therapist and person agree upon the nature of the difficulty faced, and upon a plan for overcoming that difficulty. This helps to identify personal, time limited goals and targets that can be closely monitored and evaluated. The approaches can be used to help anyone, irrespective of ability, culture, race, gender or sexual preference. CBT aims to help people to change their unhelpful thoughts and accompanying behaviours and associated feelings. A key principle is that we acquire unhelpful habits, habits that are sometimes difficult to change. CBT helps people to identify these habits and change them.

CBT is helpful for a wide range of psychological difficulties

  1. BulletDepression 

  2. BulletAnxiety 

  3. BulletPanic Disorder 

  4. BulletEating Disorders

  5. BulletAnger Control 

  6. BulletChronic Pain 

  7. BulletPhobias (including Agoraphobia and  Social Phobia)

  8. BulletSexual problems Obsessional Compulsive Disorder

  9. BulletBipolar Disorder 

  10. BulletParanoid and suspicious thoughts

  11. BulletPost Traumatic Stress Disorder

  12. Bullet  Driving Anxiety