CBT – Talking Therapy

We Treat

Anxiety
Depression
Low Mood
Spirituality
Work-related stress

We Treat

Generalized Anxiety Disorder
Panic Disorder
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
Personality Disorder
Passive-Aggressive Disorder

Primary Care Services

Shena has nearly two decade’s worth of experience working alongside a multitude of services. If your service is thinking about offering CBT at primary care level or exploring therapy options, contact Shena to discuss without obligation.

What is Cognitive Behavioural Therapy?

CBT is a talking therapy, by discussing how your thoughts, beliefs and attitudes affect your feelings and behaviour, we can together identify the best coping skills for you.

CBT is flexible and adaptable to your particular needs; through a non-judgmental and confidential relationship with therapist Shena Jina, you will be able to talk openly about personal difficulties surrounding depression, anxiety and other mental health problems.

Transform from stressed, anxious and fearful to confident, assured and in control. Try Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and experience the results.

How does it help?

As part of a CBT session, we discuss the way you think and the way you behave. This will allow coping skills to be identified which can be applied to different problems you may encounter. Using CBT, we resolve problematic behaviours, beliefs, feelings and relationship issues- helping you overcome your struggles, and work together to find a permanent solution.

Do I need Cognitive Behavioural Therapy?

CBT can be adapted to meet your requirements and is a common therapy option for mental health problems including;

anxiety disorders
depression
eating problems
obsessive-compulsive
disorder
phobias
post-traumatic stress
disorder

Who will be my therapist?

Shena has a proven track record in delivering results through CBT, and will walk you through your journey, guiding and supporting you along the way to finding a new you!

Standard

£200Initial Assessment
  • £150 per session

Ready to talk?

Get in touch with Shena today.

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