The team and some fantastic external speakers are busy writing blogs for Brighter Life Therapy. Upcoming topics include: first-hand mental health experiences, the overlap between education and therapy, and CBT for depression, anxiety and pain. Watch this space!
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I recently did an interview with Coffee with Dave about Brighter Life Therapy. We talk about my journey with becoming a CBT Therapist, the work I do with clients, and general self care. We also chat about coffee! Coffee with Dave is a fantastic blog that highlights therapists across the world to find out moreContinue reading “Interview with Coffee with Dave”
As we’ve discussed in previous blogs (which you can find here), there are different types of therapy such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and counselling. We’ve highlighted the most effective treatments out there for depression specifically, as determined by research which guides the National Institute of Health and Care Excellence (NICE). We’ll do another blogContinue reading “Which type of therapy is right for me if I have depression or low mood?”
If you’re searching privately for a therapist or counsellor, you might be a little stuck about who to seek support from. There are so many choices out there, and how do you know is best? If you’re feeling stuck about this, have a read of our five tips below to help you make the decision.Continue reading “Choosing the right therapist or counsellor”
What is CBT? CBT is an evidence based talking therapy that suggests that changing unhelpful thinking patterns and behaviours can make us feel a whole lot better. CBT prefers a ‘here and now’ approach, such that thoughts and behaviours that are maintaining the problems can be tackled, although there is some reflection on the pastContinue reading “What is the difference between Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and counselling?”