CBT is a talking therapy that has been established for over fifty years. The National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) recommends CBT for common mental health problems such as anxiety and depression, this view is also endorsed by the Royal College of Psychiatrists. Clients and therapists work collaboratively to form a therapeutic alliance; they are in a more equal relationship rather than ‘having therapy done to them’. Therapy aims to show how our thoughts, images, beliefs and attitudes relate to how we behave as a way of dealing with our emotions.
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