Private Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) in London and Online

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Why choose Psymplicity for Private Cognitive Behavioural Therapy in London?

A quick introduction to Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)

CBT is a practical talking therapy that teaches you how to change your mindset, break negative thought patterns and stop harmful behaviours.

During the course of your CBT treatment, either online or at Psymplicity’s London clinic, you will learn how to recognise negative attitudes and behaviours in yourself and others, implement coping mechanisms and change your mindset, improving the way you feel, and how you make others feel. 

CBT is a highly recommended option for a wide range of mental health conditions. During  initial assessment, your psychiatrist will let you know whether it is right for you.

Do you need support managing the symptoms dominating your life?

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More About Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

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What is Cognitive Behavioural Therapy?

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (or CBT) focuses on changing the thought that causes a reaction. Find out more about the school of thought behind CBT and how CBT therapists can work with you.

What is CBT like?

CBT is a process that involves working closely with your therapist to identify harmful thoughts and learn new ways to manage them. While your therapist will teach you the tools you can use, they require practice every day to be effective. Learn more about what online CBT is like.

What can CBT help me with?

CBT is a powerful, practical talking therapy that can be used to directly address a variety of mental health conditions, from anger and anxiety issues to depression and stress, CBT therapists give people practical skills to manage harmful thoughts and break behavioural patterns — learn what specific issues it can help you with here.

Meet our Cognitive Behavioural Therapists

We take care to tailor your treatment plan to your situation. The tools you will learn through CBT therapy will be customised to you, and help ensure your success in your life transformation. Our therapists provide CBT therapy in London at our Harley Street offices, or online via video call.

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What is Cognitive Behavioural Therapy?

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is a practical talking therapy aimed at changing negative attitudes and behavioural patterns by focusing on the thoughts that triggered them. This technique is partially based on psychologist B. F. Skinner’s theory, which analyses human behaviour as a response to a stimulus. Cognitive theorists also believe these behaviours can be changed by thought alone, and CBT is the method of doing just that. 

Think of a time you perceived an object, location or animal as scary, but in reality it was unlikely to cause you harm. Through CBT from experts at Psymplicity, you can recognise and reason with this belief, and instead of running away from the stimulus (the behavioural response), you simply go about your day as if it isn’t there. 

Ultimately, CBT aims to find practical solutions to everyday problems. Psymplicity’s CBT therapists will ask you about the thoughts and beliefs that are affecting your ability to enjoy daily activities and help you overcome them – work will be required on both sides to enact a lasting change. 

Psymplicity’s London-based CBT therapists give patients the tools they need to break free from negative thoughts and behaviours. Together, you will agree on exercises you can practice on your own, which will help you break the pattern. From getting common tasks done to feeling comfortable in social environments, CBT can help you in multiple ways, and in some cases, it’s truly transformative.

What can CBT help me with?

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy is a highly successful treatment option for a wide variety of mental health conditions. The National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence has conducted plenty of research and case evaluations on the effectiveness of CBT for individuals struggling in their everyday life. Many articles mention the use of CBT for a variety of conditions and disorders, and Psymplicity provide this treatment to help support people in overcoming conditions such as:

It’s important to be aware CBT does not get rid of the problem. However, it will give you techniques to cope with it on an everyday basis, and it can help reduce symptoms.

If you’re interested in working with a Psymplicity CBT therapist to overcome negative thought patterns and take back control of your everyday life, book an appointment today.


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What is CBT like?

CBT is a practical talking therapy that teaches you actionable methods of managing negative thoughts and behaviours. During your first two Psymplicity CBT sessions, we’ll help you familiarise yourself with the techniques used and how they work. After that, your Psymplicity CBT therapist will show you how to use concrete tools to identify harmful thoughts before they cause an unhelpful reaction. This process will encourage you to take control of your mind and avoid falling into the same patterns.

For example, CBT for anxiety involves identifying the specific thoughts and situations that cause your body to sweat, freeze or want to run away. Once you understand the thought, your therapist will show you a different way to approach it. This might be reframing it with a positive thought or simply acknowledging how and why it is unrealistic. Then, when these thoughts arise as you go about your day, you have the tools to lessen or even eradicate your usual reaction.

To get the biggest benefit from your CBT therapy, you need to apply what you learn during the sessions. To help you do this, your CBT therapist will assign you tasks to complete and exercises to practice. You can think of these tasks as “homework”, meant to engrain these tools and your new, positive thoughts into your mind so that it becomes easier and more natural for you to do.

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy is not a quick fix. It’s an engaging form of therapy that can take from five to twenty weeks to achieve lasting results. During your initial consultation at our London psychiatry clinic, or online, we’ll explore your symptoms and experiences in detail to determine if CBT is right for you.

Meet our Cognitive Behavioural Therapists

With decades of combined experience in using CBT to help patients manage their mental health conditions, Psymplicity’s specialist psychiatrists offer an unrivalled service that delivers transformational results. Led by renowned psychiatrist Dr Jeremy Beider, our CBT Psychiatry team is ready and eager to help you overcome the negative thoughts and behaviours that have been holding you back, with the practical tools and insights you need.

Discover the key benefits of psychological treatments, top tips for identifying symptoms and how private psychologists in London can help you manage them in our blog.

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Let’s discuss your Cognitive Behavioural Therapy plan

Discover how you can transform harmful thought and behaviour patterns, reduce your symptoms and enjoy a new, positive outlook on life.

Psymplicity is now offering assessment and diagnosis appointments with our Psychiatrists to help you identify what you’re experiencing, together with online Cognitive Behavioural Therapy appointments, with plenty of short notice availability.

To discuss what we can do for you, call us now on 02071180407 or click the button below.