Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
How can Cognitive Behavioural Treatment help you?
- CBT is a psychological approach based on scientific principles which research has shown to be effective for a wide range of problems.
- CBT is often used in short bursts – so typically anything between 6 and 10 sessions (though it depends on the individual and the circumstances).
- CBT focuses on specific goals and behaviour change and provides practical strategies for coping with the issues that you are facing.
- CBT teaches you ways of overcoming the problems you are facing with the aim to break the negative cycles.
If you think you may need treatment,
call us to arrange a private consultation.
0843 634 1618
Issues CBT can help you with.
Our team of specialist practitioners are able to help with a range of issues including:
- Anger, Anxiety, Stress,
- Eating Disorders, Body Dysmorphia,
- Addictions including Alcohol and Drug Dependency,
- Depression, Post Natal Depression,
- OCD, Panic, Phobias and Fears,
- Relationships, Sexual Issues
- Work and Career Issues.
Let us know the issues you are facing and we can offer advice on whether CBT is the most appropriate treatment for you - call us on 0843 634 1585.
What is CBT?
CBT is a form of therapy that focuses on what people are thinking (cognitions) and how their thoughts affect them emotionally and their actions (behaviours) in response to situations. CBT can be used to help a wide range of problems and disorders including: depression, stress and anxiety.
Depending on the issues that you are facing we have a team of trained and experienced CBT practitioners including Psychotherapists and Psychologists who specialise in different issues and disorders who will be able to help you.
Call us on 0843 634 1585 and we can arrange an appointment for you.
CBT treatment in London, Bristol and Plymouth
Clinical Partners have a number of practices in London (Harley Street or Wimpole Street) as well as Bristol and Plymouth where we are able to offer CBT treatment.
Research and Evidence about CBT
The National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) has undertaken comprehensive research on CBT and recommends this treatment for a number of mental health issues.
Clinical Partners specialising in offering CBT Treatment in London for:Anger, Anxiety , Stress, Anorexia, Bulimia, Eating Disorders, Body Dysmorphia, Alcohol, Drug Abuse, Depression, Post Natal Depression, OCD, Panic, Phobias & Fears, Relationships , Sexual Issue, Work and Career Issues
Location of Clinical Partners
Our team of Psychologists are conveniently located at a number of Clinics within London, Bristol, Leicester and the South-West.
10 Harley Street
The practice is situated at the southern end of Harley Street, a few steps from Cavendish Square and John Lewis, Oxford Street. The nearest underground station is either Oxford Circus or Bond Street.
85 Wimpole Street
The practice is situated three minutes' walk from Cavendish Square and John Lewis, Oxford Street.
The practice is based in Holmfield Road, Leicester LE2 1SD
Litfield House Medical Centre, 1 Litfield Place, Clifton, Bristol BS8 3LS
Broadreach House, 465 Tavistock Road, Plymouth, Devon PL6 7HE
For any queries, information or find out if we have a clinical team near you please contact us on:
Phone:0843 634 1585
Our London Team of Private Psychologists
The highly qualified Psychology team at Clinical Partners offers a wide range of clinical and psychometric assessments and treatments covering a wide range of emotional and psychological issues. Within the team we also have specialists within CBT – Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. In addition we have a team of Business Psychologists who offer a dynamic approach to career development and work and career related issues.
To arrange a consultation with one of our Psychologists please call 0843 634 1585.
Richard Sherry, Clinical Psychologist and Psychotherapist
Dr Tamara Russell, Clinical Psychologist
Dr Robert Hill, Consultant Clinical Psychologist
Dr Stephen Blumenthal, Consultant Clinical Psychologist
Dr Jane McNeill - Chartered Psychologist
Helen Fisher, Business Psychologist
Anna Malena Bech, Clinical Psychologist
Psychology Team - Fees
What to expect when seeing one of Psychologists
When you call us you will speak with one of our fully trained Psychotherapists. They are able to discuss with you the issues you are facing and they will recommend a Psychologist for you.
We have a number of locations where you can visit us for treatment including London, Bristol, Plymouth and Leicester. All are in easy to reach locations.
Our team are available Monday to Friday from 9am to 8pm and also on a Saturday from 10am - 5pm.
Following your first session you are able to easily book another appointment with your Psychologist if you so wish - or you can call us again to discuss other treatment options that have been recommended.
Fees can vary according to the individual practitioner based on discipline and levels of experience.
Fees for Psychologists
An assessement is £175 - £225
A 50 minute session is £140 - £165
Fees for Business Psychologists
Dependent on requirements
Fees for Couples Counselling
- Couples assessment - 90 mins : £300
- On-going couples sessions -50 mins: £250
Payment for each consultation can be made either in advance or on the day of the appointment by bank transfer or by debit or credit card by calling Clinical Partners on 0843 634 1585 or online by visiting our 'Pay an Invoice' webpage.
We do not currently accept payments through Private Medical Insurance. We will however provide a full set of detailed receipts if you wish to make a claim using your insurance – please let us know when booking your appointment.
Policy for cancellations and missed appointments
Please contact us as soon as possible to let us know if you would like to cancel an appointment. Cancellations with less than 24 hours’ notice before the appointment or non-attended appointments without any prior notice will be charged at the full price. We will provide you with as much notice as possible if we need to cancel/reschedule one of your appointments.
What you need to know about Psychology
Psychology with Clinical Partners
Like Psychotherapists, Psychologists also offer a range of one-to-one therapies. So they can be great at dealing with the everyday life challenges you're not quite sure how to deal with like stress, self-esteem, relationship or work issues – as well as addressing deeper psychological problems, from anxieties and phobias, to addictions, eating disorders or depression.
Psychologists tend to take more Cognitive approaches based on research and quantitative analysis such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT). Many Psychologists specialise in different specific areas of mental health for example Educational Psychologist who can assess children for Special Educational Needs or particular learning difficulties; Neuropsychologists diagnose a range of conditions such as ADD/ADHD, Autism or Dementia; Business Psychologists who specialize in the occupational development.
If you think you might like to see a Psychologist but are not sure, then feel free to use to talk the issue through.
If you think you may need treatment,
call us to arrange a private consultation.
0843 634 1618
What is a Psychologist?
Psychology is the scientific study of all aspects of behaviour and the thoughts, feelings and motivations underlying that behaviour. A Psychologist is an individual who has trained in Psychology to degree level and is likely to be a member of the British Psychological Society.
Psychology has numerous branches such as Educational Psychology (where the process of learning is studied and children with learning difficulties can be helped) Occupational/Business Psychology (where issues at work such as personnel selection are considered scientifically) and Social Psychology (where how we influence each other through persuasion and manipulation is studied). There are many other branches such as Clinical Psychology, Developmental Psychology and Biological Psychology.
Why see a Clinical Partners Psychologist?
Our main aim is to make sure you get to see someone with the qualifications and experience to help you.
So we carefully select all our Psychologists to ensure they have an impressive depth of experience (typically more than five years post-qualification) and a range of expertise to cover your own particular needs. We also have to feel comfortable with them as people – so we think you will too.
How long does treatment take?
If you're seeing a Counselling Psychologist for CBT then your treatment is likely to be for a fixed duration, typically between 6-12 one-hour sessions.
If you're seeing a specialist psychologist for assessment this will normally involve one or two initial visits. The length of any subsequent treatment will then depend on the plan you work out with your psychologist.
What should you do next?
We try to make answering that question as easy as possible. With us, you simply:
- Call our Psychology Team
- we'll recommend one of our highly qualified, experienced specialists
- you'll have an initial meeting with them
- and if you feel comfortable with them then the two of you will put together a plan
So if you want to find out what a Clinical Partners Psychologist could do for you then call our Counselling Team for a confidential chat on 0843 634 1585.
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