CBT at The Natural Clinic, Cork


Louise Beecher has been proving herself to be an invaluable therapist for people with Anxiety seeking help through CBT, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a well-established and effective approach for treating anxiety disorders. It helps individuals better understand and manage their anxiety by addressing the cognitive and behavioral aspects of the condition. Here’s how CBT can help with anxiety:

  1. Identifying and challenging negative thought patterns: CBT teaches individuals to recognize irrational or distorted thoughts that contribute to anxiety. By identifying these thought patterns, they can learn to challenge and reframe them with more realistic and rational thinking.
  2. Increasing self-awareness: CBT helps individuals become more aware of their anxiety triggers and the physical and emotional sensations associated with anxiety. Understanding these triggers and responses is a crucial step in managing anxiety.
  3. Developing coping strategies: CBT provides individuals with a toolbox of coping strategies to deal with anxiety. These may include relaxation techniques, deep breathing exercises, and mindfulness practices that help reduce the physical symptoms of anxiety.

CBT is typically delivered through structured sessions with Louise. The effectiveness of CBT in treating anxiety has been supported by numerous research studies, and it is often recommended as a first-line treatment for various anxiety disorders, including generalized anxiety disorder, social anxiety disorder, and panic disorder. However, the specific approach and techniques used may vary depending on the individual’s unique needs.

Contact or learn more about Louise through her clinic page here.

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