Onsite 5 years+ 78% of clients return for a 2nd session
- Panic The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) recommends Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) for panic. CBT aims to help you address your negative thoughts which make you feel panic, and the resulting avoidant behaviour and/or worry.
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CBT ReviewHaving been sent as a child into a family therapy unit, and subsequently sent to sessions when I developed M.E. my faith in counsellors was pretty fragmented. I wasn't sure what to expect. Its been nearly 6 months now and I feel like a weight has been taken from my mind. I probably couldn't offer the right words to qualify my appreciation of finally finding someone who can answer the questions I've carried with me. So very thankful.