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Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)

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      Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is a collaborative, practical and problem-focussed approach to personal problems whereby both the client and therapist work together towards understanding problems in terms of the relationship between thoughts, feelings and behaviour.  The more actively involved the client is in this goal-orientated process, the better the outcome.  Treatment is often action-orientated, with specific technique-driven, brief, direct and time-limited exercises for specific psychological disorders.

We can help with issues like: 

  • Address specific fears or phobias
  • Anxiety and social anxiety
  • Manage depression
  • Set and achieve your own objectives

 

Contact us now in confidence at Arduna @ (01) 833 2733 to discuss making an appointment with one of our therapists.

THERAPISTS WHO SPECIALISE IN THIS AREA AND/OR WORK IN THIS MODALITY:

To get more information on an individual therapist please click on name


Adrian Codrea
James Callaghan
Matt McDermott
Adie Clarke
Anne O'Leary
Betty Maguire
Brigid Coyle
Carol Owens
Eamonn Boland
Gail McGuinness
Gustavo Bernstein
Jane O'Keeffe
Jean Morrissey
Juliet Smith
Luminita Buzescu
Natalya Price
Ranite Lynch
Pauline King
Sibeal Branagan
Sinead Carroll
Susan McFeely
Tara Dunphy
Trevor Rufli