Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
CBT in Wolverhampton, West Midlands
Lewis Psychology is a multi-award winning ethical business and the only cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) service in Wolverhampton to gain Service Accreditation status with the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP). BACP Service Accreditation demands the highest standards of practice in the counselling and psychotherapy profession and is considered by many to be the highest honour in the field.
The BACP Service Accreditation helps the public and practitioners identify services providing a high standard of counselling and psychotherapy. It sets the standard to which all counselling and psychotherapy services can aspire to and demonstrates a commitment to excellence.
What is cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT)?
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is a form of psychotherapy that helps clients overcome their difficulties by changing their thinking, behaviour and emotional responses. CBT has been scientifically tested and found to be effective in thousands of clinical trials for many different issues.
Our emphasis is on finding solutions that work for
We will also look at how problems are maintained. This could be because of:
- Unhelpful behaviours (e.g. avoidance or alcohol use)
- Thinking distortions (like catastrophising or always looking at the worst part of
- Negative emotional states (like hopelessness, shame or guilt)
- Physical symptoms (such as lack of energy or palpitations)
- Life events (such as consequences from assaults or redundancy)
Clients take an active part in therapy and this is what makes it so effective. You will plan with your therapist some therapy tasks or homework between sessions. This could be completing a thought diary or completing an experiment to test rules and assumptions that we start to question or suspect are maintaining your problem.
This process gets you actively involved in your own treatment so that you can become your own therapist by applying new skills and techniques to old patterns of thinking and behaving.
Issues that people bring to CBT
The above list is not exhaustive. Our team of professional CBT counsellors deal with many issues that are not listed.
Meet our CBT team
Lewis Psychology provides the only CBT service in Wolverhampton to gain Service Accreditation status with the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP). BACP Service Accreditation demands the highest standards of practice in the counselling and psychotherapy profession and is considered by many to be the highest honour in the field.
All Lewis Psychology practitioners have been awarded professional recognition with their respective professional bodies such as the British Psychological Society (BPS) and Health Professions Council (HPC), British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP), United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP) and British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP).
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Make an appointment for CBT
If you would like to arrange an appointment or require further information regarding CBT please telephone our Wolverhampton practice on: 01902 827808. Alternatively fill out our online contact form and we will contact you back within 24 hours. We are open seven days a week.
For further details of our pricing structure please visit our fees page.
Our clients come to us via several routes: they cover the cost of CBT themselves; or an organisation contacts us and arranges and pays for one or more of their staff. Alternatively, a professional such as a solicitor or social worker may contact us to arrange CBT for their client.
Initial telephone discussion
You are welcome to contact us for a 15 minute initial telephone discussion. This will be with a BACP senior accredited psychotherapist who will use this time to gain an understanding of how you could benefit from the services offered at Lewis Psychology. During this discussion the practitioner will help guide you towards the service that is most suitable. There will also be an opportunity to ask questions and find out more about the process. At this time you can decide whether you would like to book an appointment however the consultation is conducted entirely without obligation on your part.