Sian Jones – CBT Ashford
Sian Jones CBT Ashford. Due to her unique style and warm but direct approach; it is clear to see why Sian Jones is now one of the most sought after CBT therapists in Kent. Not only is Sian a fully qualified ‘Cognitive Behavioural Therapist’ she is also formally trained in ‘Psychotherapy’ and ‘Relationship Counselling’. She has an unrivalled success rate and a solid reputation for privacy and discretion. A vast amount of her bookings coming from past client recommendations and GP referrals.
Sian will be the first to agree that she does not in any way, shape or form to fit what some would call the ‘stereotypical’ counsellor who will just sit there and nod. Instead Sian takes an active role in helping individuals realise what they set out to achieve; and it’s this individual, refreshing counselling style that she receives the most positive feedback about.
Over the last couple of years Sian has expanded her professional CBT Therapy service across Kent. Provide CBT therapy not only in Ashford but also in Bromley, Canterbury, Gravesend, Tonbridge and Whitstable.
Providing help for anxiety and/or depression. Alongside anger management, stress and low self-esteem or jealousy
Lynn Garbutt – CBT Ashford & Egerton
Lynn Garbutt CBT Ashford. Lynn is a qualified in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) specialising in Rational Emotive Behavioural Therapy (REBT) which comes under the CBT umbrella. Lynn completed her diploma at ‘The College of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy’- Regents University, London.
At CBT Ashford, Lynn prides herself on offering a safe, confidential, warm and supportive environment in order to help you explore your concerns and to establish what might be stopping you moving forward. Her sincere, practical, encouraging approach will help you understand the relationship between beliefs, feelings and thoughts and the effect these may be having on your emotional well-being.
At CBT Ashford Lynn prefers to take a more active role in helping people with their particular concerns. Her approach is based on empathy and understanding and the belief that you are the person who knows the most about your own experiences. Lynn believes that it is important to consider the whole person in order to properly understand their thoughts, feelings and behaviours. Lynn will work with you to help you make sense of any overwhelming problems you might have by breaking them down into smaller parts to bring about positive change.
Debbie Fletcher – CBT Bromley
Debbie Fletcher CBT Bromley. Debbie has over 18 years’ experience of working in private practice. She provides sensitive, confidential therapy for when you are experiencing problems you are finding difficult to resolve on your own. Debbie’s CBT Bromley is particularly helpful if you are suffering from negative emotions such as depression, anxiety, phobias or panic disorder. Working together using CBT Debbie will help you challenge negative patterns of thought about yourself and the world and thus change unwanted patterns of behaviour.
Sj Mason – CBT Gravesend
Sj’s CBT Gravesend aims to provide a warm, confidential and safe environment in which you can work together to explore your difficulties and help you make sense of things.
SJ i s a fully qualified family therapist, providing counselling, psychotherapy and cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) for both adults and children age 12+. Sj will help you gain insight and a better understanding of yourself and your issues, whilst providing you with the tools to enable you move forward more positively.
She tailors her CBT therapy to suit your individual needs and has a successful track record in helping people achieve the goals by providing confidential, non-judgemental support.
Jonahthan Winternheimer – CBT Whitstable
Jonathan Winternheimer at CBT Whitstable is an MSc fully qualified ‘Cognitive Behavioural Therapist alongside being a qualified marriage, family and child therapist (age 11).
Jonathan also practices ‘Acceptance and Commitment Therapy’ (ACT) which is considered the third wave of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. (ACT) is an action-oriented approach to psychotherapy that stems from traditional behaviour therapy. ‘Acceptance and Commitment Therapy’ invites you to open up to unpleasant feelings and learn not to overreact to them. It teaches you not to avoid situations where these feelings are evoked. And instead learn to accept them.
Tara Cratchley – CBT Tonbridge
Tara Cratchley at CBT Tonbridge is a fully qualified BACP (British Association for Counsellors and Psychotherapists) accredited therapist. Tara provides counselling, psychotherapy and cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) for both adults and children.
Tara’s experience at CBT Tonbridge spans over 15 years, in a variety of settings. Ranging from primary to secondary schools, colleges, community mental health services and my own private practice. I have also worked in acute and forensic settings, in which people are detained under ‘The Mental Health Act’. I use this knowlede, experience and understanding to further help me in my own work. Tara is also a qualified relationship counsellor.
All our CBT Therapists subscribe to and work within the UKCP Code of Ethics and the BACP Ethical Framework. We all undertake regular professional development, as well as having professional indemnity insurance.
If you wish to consider medication, or are seeking a medical diagnosis or a medical report, then an appointment with your GP or a Consultant Psychiatrist would be more appropriate.
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