What is cognitive behavioural therapy? It is a psychotherapy that focuses on the present situation, rather than on the past, and on our current thinking styles, feelings and behaviour. It is based on the observation that the way we think about a situation affects how we feel about it and on how we act.
By changing thought, by “restructuring” negative and fearful cognitions, we can change the way we feel and the way we behave. Sometimes in this therapy we begin by altering behaviour, which in turn affects how we feel and how we think.
In cognitive-behavioural therapy we are working for measurable and MEANINGFUL change in a relatively short period of time, weeks or months, rather than years.
The Clinic Programme can help you:
- overcome shyness and social anxiety
- become more assertive and self-confident in difficult situations
- increase self-esteem, improve self-image
- improve conversation and communication skills
- learn how to make and keep new friends
- develop an ability to speak in groups or in front of an audience
- develop a more playful and experimental attitude toward life
THE CLINIC PROGRAMME REALLY CAN WORK FOR YOU
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