Category Archives: CBT

An Introduction to CBT

3 Day Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Course in Glasgow: The ACT Counselling Services Team are looking forward to the delivery of another 3 day ‘Introduction to the Theory and Practise of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)’ short course in the coming week. This is a very popular course with workers from various helping professions nowadays being asked to […]

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Triggers for Substance Misuse

Common triggers… With CBT in Groups, where clients are given the opportunity to work with their counsellor on a 1:1 basis regarding the substance and attend a group to address, arguably two of the most common underlying mental health issues associated with substance misuse, anxiety and depression. Respective anxiety and depression manuals were compiled and […]

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Substance Misuse and Therapy

CBT Therapist in Substance Misuse It is a well known fact, and yes you have probably read or heard it before that Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is the most evidenced based psychological therapy available today and is the preferred therapeutic approach of the NHS. However, it is probably not the first modality one would associate […]

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Rules for Living Part 1

The ACT Team are fresh from delivering another 3 day ‘Introduction to the Theory and Practice of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy’ course. As we have come to expect, the participants were a pleasure to work with and the time passed by so quickly. The course requires participants to examine their own childhood experiences and the resulting […]

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Solution Focused Practice

I recently attended a conference on children’s services within Glasgow where 2 of the keynote speakers highlighted the need to shift away from “labelling” or diagnosing mental health problems in children and move towards “case formulations”. They proposed that we should be thinking from the outset, in partnership with the child and their family about […]

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