Cognitive Behaviour Therapy – a talking therapy
If you change your mind you can change your life – William James
My name is Sally and I am an experienced and professional therapist here to offer CBT therapy.
I trained as a CBT therapist because I felt I have something to offer, through my own personal experiences in life, and an interest in what makes us all so individual and unique.
I believe in creating a safe, empathetic, and non-judgemental space for you to talk about what it is you would like to change in your life, and hope to achieve from therapy in the way of personal goals.
To find out more please call Sally on: 07790333568.
CBT is a collaborative therapy, and I help you to identify the negative thoughts, feelings and behaviours that are influencing or impacting on your life.
CBT helps you to develop strategies to overcome problems and to implement positive changes to your life.
CBT focusses on current problems rather than dwelling on the past.
I work with and have specific interest in the following areas:
- Generally feeling anxious
- Stress that life can sometimes throw at us
- Health anxiety
- Social anxiety
- Fear and panic
- Low self-esteem
- Lack of confidence
- Intolerant of Uncertainty and any changes in life
- Sleep insomnia
- Grief and loss
- Workplace bullying
- Interpersonal relationships with friends, family, and colleagues
If you would like to know more about how I might be able to help you please get in touch to arrange a free 10-15 minute call.
Sally Nares Member of the National Counselling Society
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