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Cognitive Behavioural Therapy is used to treat a range of mental and emotional health concerns, most commonly anxiety and depression. Cognitive Behavioural Therapy assesses and challenges the thoughts, feelings and behaviours of a person and devises self-help strategies to turn negative feelings and thoughts into positive ones. CBT can be beneficial for anyone who needs to change unhelpful thoughts that are inhibiting quality of life. CBT is based on the premise that thoughts, like behaviour are habits and with help can be changed.

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy is used to treat a range of psychological problems including anxiety, depression, social phobias, self-esteem, anger issues, substance abuse, hypochondria, insomnia, eating disorders, relationship issues, behavioural issues in children or adolescents.

Our Clinical Psychologists are trained in CBT for the treatment of a range of psychological and emotional issues. Read more about our team on the Brisbane Psychologists page.

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