How to Find A CBT Therapist in the UK

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Grounded in the idea that changing thought processes can positively impact emotions and behaviours, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is a transformative and evidence-based approach to mental health.

CBT offers a structured and collaborative path toward building resilience and fostering lasting psychological wellbeing. This widely practiced form of talk therapy focuses on understanding and changing thought patterns, beliefs, and behaviours that contribute to emotional distress.

By addressing the interplay between cognition and emotion, CBT equips individuals with practical tools to navigate and overcome a spectrum of mental health challenges, including depression, anxiety, trauma, and OCD.

Choosing a CBT therapist is a personal and crucial decision that can significantly impact your mental health journey. If you are wondering how to find the right therapist for your needs, here is a concise guide to help you navigate this process.

How to Access CBT

In the UK, CBT can be accessed through the NHS, NHS talking therapies, or charities. NHS waiting lists are often long, which can be difficult for many people to have to wait for intervention. As a much quicker alternative, private CBT is offered by many therapists.

Here at Newcastle Psychologist & Counselling, we offer private CBT in Newcastle with our experienced and accredited therapists, each of whom provides effective therapy to suit your individual needs.

Look for Accreditation

If you are searching for a counsellor or psychotherapist, ensure that they are accredited by the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP).

For clinical psychologist provided CBT, they should be registered with the HCPC (The Health and Care Professions Council).

All accredited therapists have a strong foundation in psychology, core profession, and will have completed in-depth training, ensuring that their therapy is up-to-date and effective.

Do Your Online Research

Browse therapists’ websites and social media platforms, in order to look for testimonials and reviews to gauge their compatibility with your needs. Here at Newcastle Psychologist, our therapists are all experienced and accredited, providing quality CBT services in Newcastle.

Make Some Calls

Reach out to potential therapists for a quick chat. These initial conversations can reveal more about their practice and commitment to your wellbeing moving forward.

Ask for Personal Recommendations

Seek recommendations from friends, family, or colleagues who may have had positive experiences with CBT. People often find comfort in sharing their journey, and personal referrals can be reassuring.

Check Their Background

Examine a therapist’s background and experience in mental health. Knowing their history can help you feel confident in their ability to guide you through your challenges – browse the profiles of our therapists here to learn more about them.

CBT in Newcastle

Remember, choosing the right therapist is a personal journey – if you ever feel your choice isn’t the best fit, communicate openly with your therapist.

If you or someone you know is struggling with their mental health, CBT may be the right therapy needed to get them on the path to improved wellbeing. To access CBT in Newcastle with one of our therapists, please fill in the box below, or call on 07966645198 to speak to a member of our caring team today.

Dr Stuart Sadler (Chartered Psychologist)

Best wishes,

Dr Stuart Sadler

Lead Clinical Psychologist

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