Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (or CBT) is
a therapy based on the important relationship between thoughts, feelings
How we think and how we behave has a direct effect on how we feel. For
example, when we feel low, we tend to think negatively. When we feel worried
or stressed, we are prone to thinking anxiously. With or without realising
it, we may also be engaging in unhelpful behaviours that intensify how
Using a Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) approach, you and your psychologist
work together on identifying thoughts or behaviours that might be unhelpful.
Although it is helpful to discover the origins of any difficulties, it
is equally important to learn how to tackle these difficulties going forward,
or to make important life changes.
You will also be given the opportunity to learn new skills. From the first
session, you will learn how to become your own future "therapist".
Research has shown Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) to be the most
widely validated and effective form of psychological therapy available
today. Rewind Counselling in Dublin makes CBT easily available to anyone
living in the Dublin area.