Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is available in Clydebank and the Vale of Leven.

CBT is a therapeutic approach which explores how a person’s thoughts can affect their behaviour, as well as how they feel. When you learn to understand how thoughts, behaviour and emotions can interact with each other, you can learn how to make positive changes. This can help, both in the way you think about things and in the way you respond to them.

CBT focusses on ‘here and now’ difficulties that people experience. However, CBT can also take into account how our past shapes our current thinking. Your therapist works collaboratively with you to help you to achieve your goals. It is important to note that people entering CBT therapy are asked to practice making changes between CBT sessions.

More information about CBT is accessible here.

How to access Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

If you are already a member, speak to your allocated worker or contact the office on the above number.

Information on how to get referred to the organisation here.