Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) Practitioner Dublin

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Some people are referred for CBT because they are going through a stressful period at work – they may be finding it impossible to sleep or to ‘switch off’, even at week-ends. They may be engaged in ‘catastrophic’ ‘what if’ type thinking and need help in challenging and changing their thinking habits or styles.  

Others are referred for CBT because a relationship has ended and they are in ‘overwhelm’ mode.  They need help in coping and adjusting to the changed circumstances in their lives.  For others, anxiety or panic may have become such a problem, that they have been advised to come for CBT, to learn ways to overcome these problems.

What about you? Is there an aspect of your life that’s causing you anxiety, stress or distress?  

Do you feel under pressure at work?  Or are you finding it difficult to cope with the changing circumstances in your life?  Do you suffer from panic attacks?  Are you anxious about your health?  Do you find it difficult to ‘switch off’ at bed-time?  Perhaps, you feel angry or irritable too much of the time?  Would learning how to change how you feel, by changing the way you think, help you?

What CBT can do for you

My role as a CBT practitioner is to help you to deal with whatever challenges you are facing in your daily life.  You will have an opportunity to talk through all the different aspects of what’s troubling you, in a confidential and supportive environment. You will be given a listening ear that won’t judge or criticise you in any way. You will be shown skills and techniques that will help you to face whatever difficulties you are experiencing.  You will learn how to get back into the driving seat in your life and how to gain greater control over your life and the direction that you want it to go in. If you would like to take the first step towards change contact me and I will set up an appointment for you.

All consultations are held in strictest confidence