I'M READY, LET'S DO THIS!

The key idea behind CBT is that what you think (cognitive) and what you do (behavioural) affects the way you feel. Sometimes we can find ourselves stuck in vicious cycles, where our thinking patterns and the things we're doing to try and solve an issue are inadvertently keeping the problem going, leaving us continuing to feel overwhelmed. But it doesn't need to stay that way.

I'm here to help you figure out your emotional stuff so that you can move forward with your life. Move forward to a place where you feel good about yourself, you're not endlessly worrying and overthinking, you're not stuck thinking about the past, and you can switch off and actually relax. A place where you can stress less and start living.

I've helped hundreds of clients using CBT and I'm confident I can help you too. And what makes my approach unique is that I'm also able to draw on my other trainings in Mindfulness and Compassion Focused Therapy to tailor the therapy so that it meets your unique needs. 

Working things through with me as your therapist to help you unpick everything and break down overwhelming problems into smaller more manageable goals will do wonders for your wellbeing and mental health. And I'll be there with you every step of the way, making you feel safe and supported, and allowing you to take things at your own pace.

You shouldn't have to put up with STRESS AND anxiety and i don't want you to waste a minute longer feeling RUBBISH

COGNITIVE BEHAVIOURAL THERAPY (CBT)

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OVERCOME SELF-CRITICISM holding you back AND LEARN TO BELIEVE IN YOURSELF

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stop people pleasing and feel confident to prioritise your own needs

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let go of UNHEALTHY beliefs & behaviours and be kind to yourself

Imagine if you could...

Depression
Generalised anxiety disorder
Body dysmorphic disorder
OCD
Social anxiety disorder
Seasonal affective disorder
PTSD
Vomit phobia
Mild binge eating disorder
Panic disorder
Tricho/Derma-tillomania

Phobia
Compulsions
Emotional difficulties
Health anxiety
Jealously
Perfectionism
Trauma
Low self-esteem
Procrastination
Long-term health conditions
Overeating

Anxiety
Low mood
Anger
Excessive worrying
Panic attacks
Body image problems
Irritability
Overthinking
Lack of confidence
Stress
Sleep problems

what can CBT help with

Someone that isn't willing to try and put things they learn in therapy into practice outside the session

Someone that doesn't believe in the benefits of talking therapy

Someone that isn't interested in developing more self-awareness

Someone that believes the only way to feel better and manage emotional difficulties is solely through medication

who it's not for

Someone that's keen to build resilience and maintain their mental health

Someone that's stuck in unhealthy patterns but doesn't know how to change them

Someone that's tired of feeling not good enough and lacking in confidence

Someone that's struggling with any of the problems listed above and wants to feel better

who it's for

'You are braver than you believe, stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think.'

- a. a. milne

verity

I'm surprised at how much I've improved in a relatively short space of time. This is down to Natalie who has been incredibly calm, reassuring, and knowledgeable throughout. I feel more positive and focused in the future - thank you!

sophie

Natalie was incredible. She listened with compassion and understanding whilst always remaining professional. Her help has been invaluable. She is very friendly and approachable. Thank you Natalie for everything.

hannah

At the start of our sessions I was very afraid to open up and was worried about the sessions but Natalie has helped me so much. Natalie was brilliant and I feel she has really helped me by guiding our sessions to suit my needs. She tailored my therapy to be what I needed - thank you!

KIND WORDS

Have questions?

Is Cognitive Behavioural Therapy effective?

Is Cognitive Behavioural Therapy effective?

Yes, all the hype about CBT is true! It is an evidenced-based treatment recommended by the National Institute of Clinical Effectiveness (NICE), and is routinely used in the NHS as the first line treatment for anxiety and depression.

What does a CBT therapy session involve?

What does a CBT therapy session involve?

Talking with me in a safe and non-judgemental space (and possibly meditation, breathwork or relaxation if that's what you need). We'll explore your thoughts, feelings and behaviours to help figure out what's keeping you stuck in unhealthy patterns, and we'll focus on making changes to improve how you feel and get you feeling better.

How many sessions will I need?

How many sessions will I need?

This completely depends on your personal situation but I can usually give you a rough idea after our first initial assessment appointment of how many sessions I think may be helpful. On average people have 6-12 sessions, and sometimes people want to work with me for longer. Whatever works best for you.

How long, how much, and where is a CBT therapy session?

How long, how much, and where is a CBT therapy session?

Sessions cost £150 for a 50 minute session via Zoom (I'm based in Hertfordshire but all sessions are online from the comfort of your own home). Discounts available for block sessions: 4 sessions £560, 6 sessions £780, 8 sessions £960, £10 sessions £1100, 12 sessions £1200.

What's a 'Principal' CBT Therapist?

What's a 'Principal' CBT Therapist?

So you've got CBT Therapists, then Senior CBT Therapists, then Principal CBT Therapists, and then Consultant CBT Therapists. It essentially indicates your level of experience and expertise and NHS banding, as opposed to meaning you're doing a different or particular type of CBT.

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