Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) is a widely recognised and effective form of psychotherapy that focuses on helping people identify and change negative thought patterns and behaviours. By addressing the connection between thoughts, feelings, and actions, CBT aims to empower individuals to develop healthier coping strategies and achieve positive outcomes. Through collaboration, clients learn to challenge and reframe distorted beliefs, replace unhelpful behaviours with more adaptive (helpful) ones, and develop practical skills to manage their emotions and problem-solving abilities. CBT is especially beneficial for people struggling with anxiety, depression, phobias, and other mental health conditions, as it offers a structured and evidence-based approach to help people to change ways of thinking, feeling and behaving. CBT  work will be targeted based on presenting difficulties e.g. anxiety or trauma etc.