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The Bristol Psychotherapy

& Hypnotherapy Clinic

Cognitive Therapy

A step-by-step guided approach to resolving your symptoms

Hi Seb, it's been a couple of years since I came to see you and I just wanted to say a massive thank you as the work we did back then changed my life! As you know, at the time I could hardly leave the house, and here I am today regularly traveling abroad with work and I'm loving life! I honestly can't thank you enough!

 

S.A. - OCD & Agoraphobia

 

 

 

 

DOWNLOADTHE FREE WELCOME PACK HERE! For your privacy, no email registration required!WHAT IS COGNITIVE THERAPY?

 

Cognitive therapy is an uplifting and motivating process that guides you step-by-step toward a resolution of your symptoms. It does so by drawing your awareness to the underlying symptom-generating processes that currently lay just outside your field of awareness, and shows you exactly what steps you can take to actively bring about changes in your symptoms.

 

 

 

 

WHAT IS COGNITION?

 

Cognition is really just a fancy word for 'thinking' and 'thought processes'. At the technical level, cognition is the process through which you acquire and process information. In short, it's a psychological process that is occurring all the time in your brain but you are rarely ever aware of it.

 

 

 

 

WHAT HAPPENS IN THE SESSIONS?

 

Rather than seeking the root cause of your symptoms in the past, cognitive therapy is all about exploring the various psychological processes that are maintaining your symptoms in the present. Cognitive therapy essentially says, "To hell with the past! What's done is done. What can I do to help myself, right now?" It's ideal if you don't want to get into lots of emotional baggage, or if you just want a more active process to engage with, or if your symptoms aren't in fact caused by a past experience, but by your present belief systems and ways of thinking.

 

There are many different types of cognitive therapy. At The Bristol Psychotherapy & Hypnotherapy Clinic I practice a form that feels more like a training programme rather than a therapy. In the sessions we'll crack out the white-board and take to the comfy armchairs with a cuppa. I'll be drawing all sorts of diagrams and discussing with you the various important, and interlinked, psychological processes involved in your symptoms, and I'll be showing you exactly what you can do about it in order to help yourself. The process is a bit like building a big jigsaw puzzle. Each week we explore one or two key concepts, and how they relate to each other, and to what we have already explored in previous weeks. The end result is that you develop a profound level of self-insight that builds your self-esteem and leaves you feeling motivated and comfortably in control.

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRIVATEPROFESSIONALRELAXING

 

 

 

 

 

 

HOW DOES COGNITIVE THERAPY WORK?

 

Cognitive therapy works by systematically interrupting self-reinforcing patterns of thought and behaviour. Cognition is important because the way we process information has a number of different effects. To illustrate a very basic example, we are all familiar with the question: Is the glass half-full or half-empty? In reality the glass is both half-full and half-empty. It is a question of perception. Your answer depends on how you process the information. How you process the information will have a direct effect on how you feel.

 

Cognitive therapy is more than just positive thinking however. It is about developing an insight into, and understanding of,  the common thinking traps that typically lead to self-reinforcing problems. Amazingly, cognition not only affects how you feel  about things, it can also effect your physical experience too.

 

Imagine for a moment that you went to visit a friend at their house. While you’re sat comfortably in their lounge, waiting for them to bring you a nice warm brew, your friend shouts from the kitchen to tell you that they recently discovered fleas on their pet dog. The moment you start to think about the fleas you begin to feel itchy all over. Nothing has changed, however when you started to process that new information it affected your perception, so much so that you start itching and scratching the whole time that you’re there! You can't help but feel tiny little fleas on you, even though before that you were absolutely fine! Cognition can play a major role in anything from ME or Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, to panic attacks and erectile dysfunction.

 

 

 

 

HOW MANY SESSIONS WILL I NEED? WHAT WILL IT COST?

 

My cognitive therapy sessions are arranged over 6 modules, some lasting around 2hrs, others lasting around 1hr30mins. They and are spaced at weekly intervals. Sessions are charged at £100 per session, or £120 for a limited evening slot. Find out more about session fees and the practical stuff you might need to know.

 

 

 

GET IN TOUCH AND LET ME KNOW HOW I CAN HELP...

 

If you're looking for a professional psychotherapist in Bristol who specialises in CBT and cognitive therapy, or you're seeking online cognitive therapy sessions via Skype or FaceTime, you are warmly invited to book your FREE initial consultation using the contact form below and join me for a relaxed, confidential chat about your symptoms and needs.

 

 

 

 

WHAT HAPPENS IN THE FREE INITIAL CONSULTATION?

 

The initial consultation usually lasts around 1hr - 1hr30mins. In the initial consultation we start by discussing what you'd like some help with. I'll then ask a few questions about your current life and your background, as well as doing one or two quick questionnaires that will help me get to know you better. Once we agree on a way forward we'll then arrange a date from which to commence. You are of course under no obligation to commence treatment if it doesn't feel right. The main aim of the initial consultation is so that we can both get a feel for if we're suited to work together. I understand that therapy involves a considerable input of your time and money, and so I make every effort to ensure you have a rewarding experience. Please use the contact form below and let me know how I can help, or head over to the symptoms page to explore a bit more about how I work to help with your symptoms. Unsure of what therapy will be best for the treatment of your symptoms? You can find out more about different therapy treatments available at The Bristol Psychotherapy & Hypnotherapy Clinic here. Or why not download the FREE Welcome pack for more information. I look forward to hearing from you!

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Hi Seb, it's been a couple of years since I came to see you and I just wanted to say a massive thank you as the work we did back then changed my life! As you know, at the time I could hardly leave the house, and here I am today regularly traveling abroad with work and I'm loving life! I honestly can't thank you enough!

 

S.A. - OCD & Agoraphobia

 

 

 

 

 

DOWNLOADTHE FREE WELCOME PACK HERE! For your privacy, no email registration required!WHAT IS COGNITIVE THERAPY?

 

Cognitive therapy is an uplifting and motivating process that guides you step-by-step toward a resolution of your symptoms. It does so by drawing your awareness to the underlying symptom-generating processes that currently lay just outside your field of awareness, and shows you exactly what steps you can take to actively bring about changes in your symptoms.

 

 

 

 

WHAT IS COGNITION?

 

Cognition is really just a fancy word for 'thinking' and 'thought processes'. At the technical level, cognition is the process through which you acquire and process information. In short, it's a psychological process that is occurring all the time in your brain but you are rarely ever aware of it.

 

 

 

 

WHAT HAPPENS IN THE SESSIONS?

 

Rather than seeking the root cause of your symptoms in the past, cognitive therapy is all about exploring the various psychological processes that are maintaining your symptoms in the present. Cognitive therapy essentially says, "To hell with the past! What's done is done. What can I do to help myself, right now?" It's ideal if you don't want to get into lots of emotional baggage, or if you just want a more active process to engage with, or if your symptoms aren't in fact caused by a past experience, but by your present belief systems and ways of thinking.

 

There are many different types of cognitive therapy. At The Bristol Psychotherapy & Hypnotherapy Clinic I practice a form that feels more like a training programme rather than a therapy. In the sessions we'll crack out the white-board and take to the comfy armchairs with a cuppa. I'll be drawing all sorts of diagrams and discussing with you the various important, and interlinked, psychological processes involved in your symptoms, and I'll be showing you exactly what you can do about it in order to help yourself. The process is a bit like building a big jigsaw puzzle. Each week we explore one or two key concepts, and how they relate to each other, and to what we have already explored in previous weeks. The end result is that you develop a profound level of self-insight that builds your self-esteem and leaves you feeling motivated and comfortably in control.

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRIVATEPROFESSIONALRELAXING

 

 

 

 

 

HOW DOES COGNITIVE THERAPY WORK?

 

Cognitive therapy works by systematically interrupting self-reinforcing patterns of thought and behaviour. Cognition is important because the way we process information has a number of different effects. To illustrate a very basic example, we are all familiar with the question: Is the glass half-full or half-empty? In reality the glass is both half-full and half-empty. It is a question of perception. Your answer depends on how you process the information. How you process the information will have a direct effect on how you feel.

 

Cognitive therapy is more than just positive thinking however. It is about developing an insight into, and understanding of,  the common thinking traps that typically lead to self-reinforcing problems. Amazingly, cognition not only affects how you feel  about things, it can also effect your physical experience too.

 

Imagine for a moment that you went to visit a friend at their house. While you’re sat comfortably in their lounge, waiting for them to bring you a nice warm brew, your friend shouts from the kitchen to tell you that they recently discovered fleas on their pet dog. The moment you start to think about the fleas you begin to feel itchy all over. Nothing has changed, however when you started to process that new information it affected your perception, so much so that you start itching and scratching the whole time that you’re there! You can't help but feel tiny little fleas on you, even though before that you were absolutely fine! Cognition can play a major role in anything from ME or Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, to panic attacks and erectile dysfunction.

 

 

 

 

HOW MANY SESSIONS WILL I NEED? WHAT WILL IT COST?

 

My cognitive therapy sessions are arranged over 6 modules, some lasting around 2hrs, others lasting around 1hr30mins. They and are spaced at weekly intervals. Sessions are charged at £100 per session, or £120 for a limited evening slot. Find out more about session fees and the practical stuff you might need to know.

 

 

 

GET IN TOUCH AND LET ME KNOW HOW I CAN HELP...

 

If you're looking for a professional psychotherapist in Bristol who specialises in CBT and cognitive therapy, or you're seeking online cognitive therapy sessions via Skype or FaceTime, you are warmly invited to book your FREE initial consultation using the contact form below and join me for a relaxed, confidential chat about your symptoms and needs.

 

 

 

 

WHAT HAPPENS IN THE FREE INITIAL CONSULTATION?

 

The initial consultation usually lasts around 1hr - 1hr30mins. In the initial consultation we start by discussing what you'd like some help with. I'll then ask a few questions about your current life and your background, as well as doing one or two quick questionnaires that will help me get to know you better. Once we agree on a way forward we'll then arrange a date from which to commence. You are of course under no obligation to commence treatment if it doesn't feel right. The main aim of the initial consultation is so that we can both get a feel for if we're suited to work together. I understand that therapy involves a considerable input of your time and money, and so I make every effort to ensure you have a rewarding experience. Please use the contact form below and let me know how I can help, or head over to the symptoms page to explore a bit more about how I work to help with your symptoms. Unsure of what therapy will be best for the treatment of your symptoms? You can find out more about different therapy treatments available at The Bristol Psychotherapy & Hypnotherapy Clinic here. Or why not download the FREE Welcome pack for more information. I look forward to hearing from you!

The Bristol Psychotherapy

& Hypnotherapy Clinic

Hi Seb, it's been a couple of years since I came to see you and I just wanted to say a massive thank you as the work we did back then changed my life! As you know, at the time I could hardly leave the house, and here I am today regularly traveling abroad with work and I'm loving life! I honestly can't thank you enough!

 

S.A. - OCD & Agoraphobia

 

 

 

 

 

WHAT IS COGNITIVE THERAPY?

 

DOWNLOADTHE FREE WELCOME PACK HERE! For your privacy, no email registration required!Cognitive therapy is an uplifting and motivating process that guides you step-by-step toward a resolution of your symptoms. It does so by drawing your awareness to the underlying symptom-generating processes that currently lay just outside your field of awareness, and shows you exactly what steps you can take to actively bring about changes in your symptoms.

 

 

 

 

WHAT IS COGNITION?

 

Cognition is really just a fancy word for 'thinking' and 'thought processes'. At the technical level, cognition is the process through which you acquire and process information. In short, it's a psychological process that is occurring all the time in your brain but you are rarely ever aware of it.

 

 

 

 

WHAT HAPPENS IN THE SESSIONS?

 

Rather than seeking the root cause of your symptoms in the past, cognitive therapy is all about exploring the various psychological processes that are maintaining your symptoms in the present. Cognitive therapy essentially says, "To hell with the past! What's done is done. What can I do to help myself, right now?" It's ideal if you don't want to get into lots of emotional baggage, or if you just want a more active process to engage with, or if your symptoms aren't in fact caused by a past experience, but by your present belief systems and ways of thinking.

 

There are many different types of cognitive therapy. At The Bristol Psychotherapy & Hypnotherapy Clinic I practice a form that feels more like a training programme rather than a therapy. In the sessions we'll crack out the white-board and take to the comfy armchairs with a cuppa. I'll be drawing all sorts of diagrams and discussing with you the various important, and interlinked, psychological processes involved in your symptoms, and I'll be showing you exactly what you can do about it in order to help yourself. The process is a bit like building a big jigsaw puzzle. Each week we explore one or two key concepts, and how they relate to each other, and to what we have already explored in previous weeks. The end result is that you develop a profound level of self-insight that builds your self-esteem and leaves you feeling motivated and comfortably in control.

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRIVATEPROFESSIONALRELAXING

 

 

 

 

 

HOW DOES COGNITIVE THERAPY WORK?

 

Cognitive therapy works by systematically interrupting self-reinforcing patterns of thought and behaviour. Cognition is important because the way we process information has a number of different effects. To illustrate a very basic example, we are all familiar with the question: Is the glass half-full or half-empty? In reality the glass is both half-full and half-empty. It is a question of perception. Your answer depends on how you process the information. How you process the information will have a direct effect on how you feel.

 

Cognitive therapy is more than just positive thinking however. It is about developing an insight into, and understanding of,  the common thinking traps that typically lead to self-reinforcing problems. Amazingly, cognition not only affects how you feel  about things, it can also effect your physical experience too.

 

Imagine for a moment that you went to visit a friend at their house. While you’re sat comfortably in their lounge, waiting for them to bring you a nice warm brew, your friend shouts from the kitchen to tell you that they recently discovered fleas on their pet dog. The moment you start to think about the fleas you begin to feel itchy all over. Nothing has changed, however when you started to process that new information it affected your perception, so much so that you start itching and scratching the whole time that you’re there! You can't help but feel tiny little fleas on you, even though before that you were absolutely fine! Cognition can play a major role in anything from ME or Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, to panic attacks and erectile dysfunction.

 

 

 

 

HOW MANY SESSIONS WILL I NEED? WHAT WILL IT COST?

 

My cognitive therapy sessions are arranged over 6 modules, some lasting around 2hrs, others lasting around 1hr30mins. They and are spaced at weekly intervals. Sessions are charged at £100 per session, or £120 for a limited evening slot. Find out more about session fees and the practical stuff you might need to know.

 

 

 

GET IN TOUCH AND LET ME KNOW HOW I CAN HELP...

 

If you're looking for a professional psychotherapist in Bristol who specialises in CBT and cognitive therapy, or you're seeking online cognitive therapy sessions via Skype or FaceTime, you are warmly invited to book your FREE initial consultation using the contact form below and join me for a relaxed, confidential chat about your symptoms and needs.

 

 

 

 

WHAT HAPPENS IN THE FREE INITIAL CONSULTATION?

 

The initial consultation usually lasts around 1hr - 1hr30mins. In the initial consultation we start by discussing what you'd like some help with. I'll then ask a few questions about your current life and your background, as well as doing one or two quick questionnaires that will help me get to know you better. Once we agree on a way forward we'll then arrange a date from which to commence. You are of course under no obligation to commence treatment if it doesn't feel right. The main aim of the initial consultation is so that we can both get a feel for if we're suited to work together. I understand that therapy involves a considerable input of your time and money, and so I make every effort to ensure you have a rewarding experience. Please use the contact form below and let me know how I can help, or head over to the symptoms page to explore a bit more about how I work to help with your symptoms. Unsure of what therapy will be best for the treatment of your symptoms? You can find out more about different therapy treatments available at The Bristol Psychotherapy & Hypnotherapy Clinic here. Or why not download the FREE Welcome pack for more information. I look forward to hearing from you!

Hi Seb, it's been a couple of years since I came to see you and I just wanted to say a massive thank you as the work we did back then changed my life! As you know, at the time I could hardly leave the house, and here I am today regularly traveling abroad with work and I'm loving life! I honestly can't thank you enough!

 

S.A. - OCD & Agoraphobia

 

 

 

 

 

WHAT IS COGNITIVE THERAPY?

 

Cognitive therapy is an uplifting and motivating process that guides you step-by-step toward a resolution of your symptoms. It does so by drawing your awareness to the underlying symptom-generating processes that currently lay just outside your field of awareness, and shows you exactly what steps you can take to actively bring about changes in your symptoms.

 

 

 

DOWNLOADTHE FREE WELCOME PACK HERE! For your privacy, no email registration required!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

WHAT IS COGNITION?

 

Cognition is really just a fancy word for 'thinking' and 'thought processes'. At the technical level, cognition is the process through which you acquire and process information. In short, it's a psychological process that is occurring all the time in your brain but you are rarely ever aware of it.

 

 

 

 

WHAT HAPPENS IN THE SESSIONS?

 

Rather than seeking the root cause of your symptoms in the past, cognitive therapy is all about exploring the various psychological processes that are maintaining your symptoms in the present. Cognitive therapy essentially says, "To hell with the past! What's done is done. What can I do to help myself, right now?" It's ideal if you don't want to get into lots of emotional baggage, or if you just want a more active process to engage with, or if your symptoms aren't in fact caused by a past experience, but by your present belief systems and ways of thinking.

 

There are many different types of cognitive therapy. At The Bristol Psychotherapy & Hypnotherapy Clinic I practice a form that feels more like a training programme rather than a therapy. In the sessions we'll crack out the white-board and take to the comfy armchairs with a cuppa. I'll be drawing all sorts of diagrams and discussing with you the various important, and interlinked, psychological processes involved in your symptoms, and I'll be showing you exactly what you can do about it in order to help yourself. The process is a bit like building a big jigsaw puzzle. Each week we explore one or two key concepts, and how they relate to each other, and to what we have already explored in previous weeks. The end result is that you develop a profound level of self-insight that builds your self-esteem and leaves you feeling motivated and comfortably in control.

 

 

 

 

HOW DOES COGNITIVE THERAPY WORK?

 

Cognitive therapy works by systematically interrupting self-reinforcing patterns of thought and behaviour. Cognition is important because the way we process information has a number of different effects. To illustrate a very basic example, we are all familiar with the question: Is the glass half-full or half-empty? In reality the glass is both half-full and half-empty. It is a question of perception. Your answer depends on how you process the information. How you process the information will have a direct effect on how you feel.

 

Cognitive therapy is more than just positive thinking however. It is about developing an insight into, and understanding of,  the common thinking traps that typically lead to self-reinforcing problems. Amazingly, cognition not only affects how you feel  about things, it can also effect your physical experience too.

 

Imagine for a moment that you went to visit a friend at their house. While you’re sat comfortably in their lounge, waiting for them to bring you a nice warm brew, your friend shouts from the kitchen to tell you that they recently discovered fleas on their pet dog. The moment you start to think about the fleas you begin to feel itchy all over. Nothing has changed, however when you started to process that new information it affected your perception, so much so that you start itching and scratching the whole time that you’re there! You can't help but feel tiny little fleas on you, even though before that you were absolutely fine! Cognition can play a major role in anything from ME or Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, to panic attacks and erectile dysfunction.

 

 

 

 

PRIVATE

 

 

 

 

HOW MANY SESSIONS WILL I NEED? WHAT WILL IT COST?

 

My cognitive therapy sessions are arranged over 6 modules, some lasting around 2hrs, others lasting around 1hr30mins. They and are spaced at weekly intervals. Sessions are charged at £100 per session, or £120 for a limited evening slot. Find out more about session fees and the practical stuff you might need to know.

 

 

 

 

PROFESSIONAL

 

 

 

 

GET IN TOUCH AND LET ME KNOW HOW I CAN HELP...

 

If you're looking for a professional psychotherapist in Bristol who specialises in CBT and cognitive therapy, or you're seeking online cognitive therapy sessions via Skype or FaceTime, you are warmly invited to book your FREE initial consultation using the contact form below and join me for a relaxed, confidential chat about your symptoms and needs.

 

 

 

 

RELAXING

 

 

 

 

WHAT HAPPENS IN THE FREE INITIAL CONSULTATION?

 

The initial consultation usually lasts around 1hr - 1hr30mins. In the initial consultation we start by discussing what you'd like some help with. I'll then ask a few questions about your current life and your background, as well as doing one or two quick questionnaires that will help me get to know you better. Once we agree on a way forward we'll then arrange a date from which to commence. You are of course under no obligation to commence treatment if it doesn't feel right. The main aim of the initial consultation is so that we can both get a feel for if we're suited to work together. I understand that therapy involves a considerable input of your time and money, and so I make every effort to ensure you have a rewarding experience. Please use the contact form below and let me know how I can help, or head over to the symptoms page to explore a bit more about how I work to help with your symptoms. Unsure of what therapy will be best for the treatment of your symptoms? You can find out more about different therapy treatments available at The Bristol Psychotherapy & Hypnotherapy Clinic here. Or why not download the FREE Welcome pack for more information. I look forward to hearing from you!

© SEBASTIAN T. EASTWOOD-BLOOM 2018

Hi Seb, it's been a couple of years since I came to see you and I just wanted to say a massive thank you as the work we did back then changed my life! As you know, at the time I could hardly leave the house, and here I am today regularly traveling abroad with work and I'm loving life! I honestly can't thank you enough!

 

S.A. - OCD & Agoraphobia

 

 

 

 

 

WHAT IS COGNITIVE THERAPY?

 

Cognitive therapy is an uplifting and motivating process that guides you step-by-step toward a resolution of your symptoms. It does so by drawing your awareness to the underlying symptom-generating processes that currently lay just outside your field of awareness, and shows you exactly what steps you can take to actively bring about changes in your symptoms.

 

 

 

DOWNLOADTHE FREE WELCOME PACK HERE! For your privacy, no email registration required!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

WHAT IS COGNITION?

 

Cognition is really just a fancy word for 'thinking' and 'thought processes'. At the technical level, cognition is the process through which you acquire and process information. In short, it's a psychological process that is occurring all the time in your brain but you are rarely ever aware of it.

 

 

 

 

WHAT HAPPENS IN THE SESSIONS?

 

Rather than seeking the root cause of your symptoms in the past, cognitive therapy is all about exploring the various psychological processes that are maintaining your symptoms in the present. Cognitive therapy essentially says, "To hell with the past! What's done is done. What can I do to help myself, right now?" It's ideal if you don't want to get into lots of emotional baggage, or if you just want a more active process to engage with, or if your symptoms aren't in fact caused by a past experience, but by your present belief systems and ways of thinking.

 

There are many different types of cognitive therapy. At The Bristol Psychotherapy & Hypnotherapy Clinic I practice a form that feels more like a training programme rather than a therapy. In the sessions we'll crack out the white-board and take to the comfy armchairs with a cuppa. I'll be drawing all sorts of diagrams and discussing with you the various important, and interlinked, psychological processes involved in your symptoms, and I'll be showing you exactly what you can do about it in order to help yourself. The process is a bit like building a big jigsaw puzzle. Each week we explore one or two key concepts, and how they relate to each other, and to what we have already explored in previous weeks. The end result is that you develop a profound level of self-insight that builds your self-esteem and leaves you feeling motivated and comfortably in control.

 

 

 

 

HOW DOES COGNITIVE THERAPY WORK?

 

Cognitive therapy works by systematically interrupting self-reinforcing patterns of thought and behaviour. Cognition is important because the way we process information has a number of different effects. To illustrate a very basic example, we are all familiar with the question: Is the glass half-full or half-empty? In reality the glass is both half-full and half-empty. It is a question of perception. Your answer depends on how you process the information. How you process the information will have a direct effect on how you feel.

 

Cognitive therapy is more than just positive thinking however. It is about developing an insight into, and understanding of,  the common thinking traps that typically lead to self-reinforcing problems. Amazingly, cognition not only affects how you feel  about things, it can also effect your physical experience too.

 

Imagine for a moment that you went to visit a friend at their house. While you’re sat comfortably in their lounge, waiting for them to bring you a nice warm brew, your friend shouts from the kitchen to tell you that they recently discovered fleas on their pet dog. The moment you start to think about the fleas you begin to feel itchy all over. Nothing has changed, however when you started to process that new information it affected your perception, so much so that you start itching and scratching the whole time that you’re there! You can't help but feel tiny little fleas on you, even though before that you were absolutely fine! Cognition can play a major role in anything from ME or Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, to panic attacks and erectile dysfunction.

 

 

 

 

PRIVATE

 

 

 

 

HOW MANY SESSIONS WILL I NEED? WHAT WILL IT COST?

 

My cognitive therapy sessions are arranged over 6 modules, some lasting around 2hrs, others lasting around 1hr30mins. They and are spaced at weekly intervals. Sessions are charged at £100 per session, or £120 for a limited evening slot. Find out more about session fees and the practical stuff you might need to know.

 

 

 

PROFESSIONAL

 

 

 

 

GET IN TOUCH AND LET ME KNOW HOW I CAN HELP...

 

If you're looking for a professional psychotherapist in Bristol who specialises in CBT and cognitive therapy, or you're seeking online cognitive therapy sessions via Skype or FaceTime, you are warmly invited to book your FREE initial consultation using the contact form below and join me for a relaxed, confidential chat about your symptoms and needs.

 

 

 

 

RELAXING

 

 

 

 

WHAT HAPPENS IN THE FREE INITIAL CONSULTATION?

 

The initial consultation usually lasts around 1hr - 1hr30mins. In the initial consultation we start by discussing what you'd like some help with. I'll then ask a few questions about your current life and your background, as well as doing one or two quick questionnaires that will help me get to know you better. Once we agree on a way forward we'll then arrange a date from which to commence. You are of course under no obligation to commence treatment if it doesn't feel right. The main aim of the initial consultation is so that we can both get a feel for if we're suited to work together. I understand that therapy involves a considerable input of your time and money, and so I make every effort to ensure you have a rewarding experience. Please use the contact form below and let me know how I can help, or head over to the symptoms page to explore a bit more about how I work to help with your symptoms. Unsure of what therapy will be best for the treatment of your symptoms? You can find out more about different therapy treatments available at The Bristol Psychotherapy & Hypnotherapy Clinic here. Or why not download the FREE Welcome pack for more information. I look forward to hearing from you!