Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

CBT is a type of psychotherapy based on the here and now, whilst taking into account any past experiences that may have influenced the way we react to situations.

The notion is that our emotions, physical reactions and behaviours are influenced by our thoughts, beliefs and interpretation of specific situations.

Through the use of a wide range of techniques, CBT can help you to generally cope better. You will learn strategies that you will be able to use whenever you need to. Moreover, you may find them helpful long after therapy has ended.

CBT is a goal orientated and pro-active approach that gives the client a very active role in their treatment.


The Cognitive Behavioural Therapy therapist Practitioner at Keats is Marilena Andreou.