Evidence Based Psychotherapy is a form of Analytical psychotherapy used with or without hypnosis that operates on the doctrine of cause and effect. It is a deep reaching process carried out through weekly sessions. This therapy seeks out the root cause of problem behaviours and symptoms so that the cause can be resolved. In turn bringing about improvement and relief from the associated problems or symptoms.
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
CBT is a flexible psychotherapy approach in changing ways of thinking and feeling which are unhelpful and no longer appropriate to an individual’s day to day life. Cognitive and behavioural models are used to identify negative or distorted perceptions. The client and therapist can then develop more appropriate and positive thought patterns and resulting behaviours. Consequently this encourages new and better coping skills and strategies. As a result, allowing an individual to go forward more positively in a way that is more comfortable and acceptable to them.
Once new patterns have been identified, they can be integrated more quickly by reinforcing the learning with suggestion therapy and hypnosis.
These are the most common techniques used but there are many more. The best, quickest and most effective course of therapy will be recommended and discussed with you before treatment commences as every plan is tailor made to the individual.
Common problems helped include;
- Quit smoking
- Nail biting
- Improving confidence
- Sports performance
- Public speaking
- Exam nerves
- Eating disorders
- Weight reduction
- Panic attacks and many more
To book a Psychotherapy appointment or for more information contact us on 01933 664444 or firstname.lastname@example.org.