Counselling For Children
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For Under 18's

CBT For Children & Teens

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.
Our CBT for Children offers support for all emotional issues brought to the sessions, no matter how big or small, and teaches them how to feel differently about things.

How CBT Can Help

Together with the therapist, your child will explore the negative thoughts that accompany pessimistic emotions and the consequential problems in their life.
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
Our Cognitive Behavioural Therapy has helped many children and teens over the years in a private and confidential environment.

Get Booked In

Sessions are available every day including weekdays at a convenient time to suit. You don’t even have to have the same appointment time each week, as we offer flexible sessions too.
Simply call us on 0800 030 9227, or complete our online form, to book a FREE no obligation consultation.

CBT For Children Helps:

  Anxiety & Panic   Depression   Eating Disorders   Anger   Stress   Self-Esteem & Confidence   OCD

Why Choose Us For CBT?

  Qualified Therapists   Highly Experienced   Private & Confidential   Early 'Til Late   7 Days A Week   Fast Appointments   Easy Booking

CBT Resources

Change The Way You Think

Change the way you think by imagining the way you think is being projected onto a movie screen. As you watch the movie...


Self Sabotaging Thoughts

Question: I keep making mistakes at school & I tell myself off regularly. This spills out into my personal life...