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CBT For Children & Teens

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, or CBT for short, is a talking therapy that can help your child understand how their thoughts (Cognitive) affect how they act (Behaviour).
That is to say that children believe what they think, so if they have self-sabotaging thoughts, such as thinking they are not good enough or worrying about making mistakes, then they will have low confidence & behave in a way that matches that thinking.

CBT For Children

CBT for Children has been shown to be effective for a wide range of emotional issues, no matter how big or small, including behaviour & conduct, adhd, anger, grief, anxiety, depression, addiction, relationships, family, education, ocd, eating disorders in fact anything they need hlp with.
Simply call us on 0800 030 9227 or click here to book a free, no obligation phone consultation.

How CBT Can Help

For many reasons such as difficult events, life experiences and the circumstances we live, children can start to think in irrational ways.
Together with the therapist, your child will explore the negative thoughts that accompany pessimistic emotions and the consequential problems in their life. Our Cognitive Behavioural Therapy has helped many children and teens over the years in a private and confidential environment.
Learning skills and techniques to help understand negative signals and manage reactions, children will start to see things in an improved perspective, think more positively and be happier.
- Become More Rational
- Control The Way You Think
- Change The Way You Feel
- Be Calmer and More Relaxed
- Be More Positive
- Manage How You Feel & Act

Personalised Therapy

As every child is individual, with their own personality and different levels of maturity, our counselling and therapy is tailored to their particular needs to help them explore and understand their struggles, including ADHD.

Qualified, Registered & DBS Checked Therapists

Your qualified therapist will be registered with a Professional Body such as BACP or NCS. They adhere to the relevant Service & Ethical Standards of their Professional Body and are DBS checked.

No Waiting Times

With no waiting to get booked in, before you know it your child will be relaxed, talking with therapists about how they’re feeling and on their way to living a happier life. Sessions are available from 9am until 8pm at a convenient time to suit. You don’t even have to have the same appointments each week, as we offer flexible sessions too.

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    The free, no-obligation consultation gives you the opportunity to speak to a qualified therapist and ask any questions you may have about the service.

    CBT For Children Helps:

    - Anxiety & Panic - Behaviour - Eating Disorders - Anger - Stress - Self-Esteem & Confidence - & Much More

    Why Choose Us For CBT?

    - Qualified Therapists - Highly Experienced - Private & Confidential - Early 'Til Late - 7 Days A Week - Fast Appointments - Easy Booking
    Common thinking errors that will affect your child's mental wellbeing and hold you back in life.
    Ignore the positive
    - Focussing more on negative events and overlooking positive ones when they occur.
    Exaggerating small problems
    - Making a big deal out of a tiny issue or making anything slightly problematic out to be the worst thing imaginable.
    Looking into the future
    - Believing that they already know the future and that it will be bad.
    Mind reading
    - Assuming, without sufficient knowledge, that they know what another person is thinking or why they are acting a certain way.
    Negative self-perception
    - Having a negative self-perception and believing it to be true in everything they do.
    Standards are too high
    - Believing that they must be flawless to be a good person.
    Blaming yourself
    - Blaming themself for everything that goes wrong, even if it isn't their fault.
    Taking feelings to be facts
    - The conviction that something must be real. For instance, if I feel ugly, I must be ugly.
    - Insisting that something is the case or should be done in a specific way.
    How we feel about ourselves and the environment around us is controlled by our thoughts. Negative thoughts can depress our mood, positive thoughts make us feel better.

    We can raise our mood by recognising these unfavourable thoughts and changing them with more positive ones.

    Every time you have a negative thought, write it down and replace it with how you could have felt more positively. Notice how often you have these thoughts and just how they make you feel. For example:

    Situation: Your performance at school has been criticised by your teacher.
    Negative Thought: Nothing I do is right.
    Negative Emotion: Nervous and depressed.
    Negative Behaviour: Avoiding your teacher because you feel you will get into more trouble and you start to give subpar work.
    Positive Rational Thought: I'll have to think of a better way of working harder.
    Positive Rational Emotion: Disappointed but motivated.
    Positive Rational Behaviour: You ask the teacher for constructive feedback and suggestions on how to get better.

    By using this CBT technique, it will help you bring these thoughts more to the conscious mind, you can then start learning how to change the thought, so that you will have a more positive life.