Hope CBT


How much do you charge?
We charge at different rates depending on the nature of the work and the way it is being funded. Please contact Chris  for a quotation.

How long will it take to be seen?
For individual therapy, we will endeavour to see you within a week from the date you make contact.

How long does therapy last?
Therapy usually lasts from 6-12 sessions but most people benefit from fewer sessions. Some problems may require a longer period of therapy but not normally. Therapy is delivered in weekly one hour sessions but some problems may require 90 minute sessions. Your therapy needs will be discussed during the early sessions once an agreed understanding of your problem has been achieved. Please contact Chris if you would like to discuss this further. 

Is there anything I can do to get started before engaging in therapy?
It may be helpful for you to do some research into how CBT is delivered and what you can expect from treatment. If you would like to discuss this before committing to an assessment please contact Chris (please see contact details on contact page).

Useful links

www.babcp.com: The website of the British Association of Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP) which holds the register of accredited cognitive behaviour therapists in the UK and has an information section for the public.

www.livinglifetothefull.com: A free online CBT programme to help you understand the way you feel and think, and what you do. You can learn skills working through all or sections of this programme at your own pace.

www.moodgym.anu.edu.au: A free interactive online training programme to help learn cognitive behavioural skills for preventing and coping with depression.

www.getselfhelp.co.uk: A website designed by a Guernsey based cognitive behaviour therapist with lots of easy-to-read self-help materials and printable resources.

www.ocdaction.org.uk: A website run by the charity ocdaction which offers information on obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) and related difficulties.

www.nopanic.org.uk: The website of the charity No Panic which also provides a 24 hour telephone helpline for people suffering from anxiety disorders including tranquiliser withdrawal.

www.b-eat.co.uk: Beat is a charity for people with eating disorders and their families, providing online support and telephone help-lines for adults and young people as well as a UK wide network of self-help groups.

www.alcoholconcern.org.uk: A charity with information on alcohol related issues including information about local services and Drinkline, a confidential 24 hour alcohol helpline- 08009178282.

www.talktofrank.com: A website with information about drugs, operating a 24hour confidential information and advice service via e-mail, text or on the phone – 0800776600

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