Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) is a talking therapy that can help you manage your problems by changing the way you think and behave. It focuses on your thoughts, attitudes and beliefs and how they affect your behaviour, and teaches your coping skills for dealing with difficult problems or situations. CBT challenges the negative thought patterns which may be causing you to experience things in a negative way. If these thought patterns go unchallenged then negative thoughts can become a vicious cycle, which may lead to depression and anxiety.

How can CBT help?

Feelings of depression, anxiety and PTSD can be experienced after cancer diagnosis and treatment. YouCan work with trained CBT therapists to help you to identify and challenge any negative thinking patterns and behaviour which may be causing you difficulties. In turn, this can change the way you feel about situations, and enable you to change your behaviour in future.

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