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Do you feel trapped by negative thinking and emotions?

Life is not always easy, when things go wrong – from relationship breakups to problems at work or with family members – it’s easy to find fault and blame yourself, but if you get trapped in a repetitive spiral of negative thinking you can end up feeling hopeless, depressed, anxious, and physically exhausted.

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is an evidenced based therapy which can help. Unlike some other forms of psychotherapy, CBT focuses specifically on the problems and difficulties that you are experiencing right now, rather than focusing excessively on the past and what has already gone.

CBT is based on the theory that it is not always the events themselves that upset you, but rather the meanings you attach to them. This can start to cause problems if you get "stuck and trapped" in negative thinking, and associated patterns of unhelpful behaviour which might seem impossible to break out of.

CBT aims to show you ways of changing negative thoughts, and find alternative more balanced ways of thinking about and viewing your situation and life events, all of which in turn makes you feel better and act differently. By changing the way we look at things the things we look at change.

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