What is CBT?
Cognitive behavioural therapy, or CBT, has a relatively long history as a well-respected therapeutic tool and is utilised by registered professionals the world over. The effectiveness of CBT has been well-recorded and studied since its inception in the 1960s. Having looked to the ancient practice of Stoicism for its philosophical inspiration, practically speaking the therapy emerged when psychologists merged two formally distinct methods (cognitive therapy and behavioural therapy) whilst treating WWII veterans. The result of this merge has brought us what we know as CBT today, the success of the treatment speaking for itself. For CBT in Surrey, think Surrey Psychology.
What does CBT Treat?
CBT is a flexible therapy, useful for the treatment of a variety of mental heal issues such as:
- anxiety and panic attacks
- bipolar disorder
Along with the above, CBT is also known to be an effective treatment when it comes to tackling sleep problems, eating problems, as well as myriad of debilitating phobias. Make the first step towards recovery and choose Surrey Psychology for CBT in Surrey.
Dr Gurpreet Kaur
As a Chartered Clinical Psychologist, graduating out of UCL in 2011, Dr Gurpreet Kaur has honed her skillset, and has provided CBT in Surrey for many years now. For an experienced psychologist that tailors their sessions to the client’s individual needs and requirements, think Surrey Psychology.
As well as CBT we are able to offer a number of other therapies with their own distinct benefits, including EMDR, ACT, and SFT.
Take the required next steps and get in touch to request your first appointment for CBT in Surrey today, simply fill out the online enquiry form.