Category Archives: Psychotherapy

Triggers for Substance Misuse

CBT group therapy for substance misuse… With CBT group therapy, 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 […]

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Being Married to a CBT Therapist…

In the 10+ years that I have known my wife she has always been involved in helping people in some way, both in her professional life as well as her personal one. Throughout this time she has always had a fascination with what “makes people tick” and a real skill for developing relationships with people […]

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Gestalt – a way of living. CPD Course.

The ACT Team have an up and coming CPD event on 20/02/16 titled ‘Gestalt — a way of living.’ Whilst preparing the course materials we cannot help but remember the insight and power connected with this approach and its ability to help us as human beings make sense of our lives.

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Ellis’ Absolutistic Beliefs

Still thinking about thinking, the ACT Team were recently discussing Albert Ellis who as many of our readers will know was the founder of Rational Emotive Behavioural Therapy (REBT), one of the approaches that influenced Aaron Beck’s development of CBT.

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