Cognitive therapy London

Groupwork, Stress, Supervision, Stress Prevention, Personal Development, Self-Awareness Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy in London and Kent  


Tel: Central and S.E. London - 020 8468 1026 - 9.00am to 5.30pm
Mobile: 07971 099 590 - After 5.30pm and weekends
Central and South East London Locations

Other Services - Groupwork, Stress, Supervision, Stress Prevention, Personal Development, Self-Awareness Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

Other Services

- Groupwork -

There are various options for groupwork available at The Centre for CBT

- Stress Club -

Membership of this group includes training in stress prevention, anxiety and depression, using CBT.

An individual assessment is given by a therapist using both diagnostic and personality tests preceding working within the group. Targets are set by the clients around themes most relevant (change management, assertiveness, relaxation, self-esteem etc.) within the group dynamic.

Psychoeducational training is CBT for stress inoculation is facilitated by the practitioner. Some practice on the techniques used in the session are given as homework to augment the work done in the session.

Areas covered include:-

  • The physiology of stress
  • Internal and external triggers
  • Relationship of Type A / B personality
  • Types to stress
  • standard CBT for stress reduction (Identifying and challenging negative automatic thoughts etc.

(Maximum 8 clients 90 minutes)

- Personal Development / Self-Awareness Group -

A twelve week course in personal competence and mastery with specific themes of assertion/boundary setting, self-image and decision making strategies using Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. (Maximum 12)

- Training -

Workshops can be planned together with your organisation, and adapted to suit your
particular training needs. A proposal will then be produced for specifically tailored
in-house training.

The following outlines are available. Fees are negotiable: -

  • Mediation/Conflict resolution for all employee problems in an occupational setting.
  • Company flotation/Mergers.
  • Boosting team morale, trust, and problem solving strategies.
  • Personal development/increasing self-awareness. Aimed at Management, a two day programme to identify limiting patterns, self-disclosure, and personal styles of relating which inhibit Managers from achieving their full potential.
  • The use of Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy to improve social, interpersonal, and communication skills.
  • Stress Prevention - Using the Cognitive model and employees to explore the external and internal triggers for stress, the physiology of stress, personality types (A & B), logical errors in reasoning, and a series of Cognitive- Behavioural techniques are taught to increase stress management.

A full well persons medical is available, as well as one to one counselling targeting individuals specific stress-related problems.

Groupwork, Stress, Supervision, Stress Prevention, Personal Development, Self-Awareness Cognitive Behavioural Therapy


- Supervision -

Individual supervision for students in counselling in all areas of Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy. Using the Cognitive model all aspects of therapist training are undertaken.

- Stress Prevention for Children / Adolescents -

This area of groupwork aims at children in three different age groups:-

  • Seven to Ten years of age
  • Ten thirteen
  • Thirteen and above.

These groups have a maximum of six children plus a parent and seek to develop within the children a repertoire of CBT techniques for use in the following areas: -

  • anxiety and depression
  • Bullying
  • Self-Esteem
  • Test anxiety
  • Anger management
  • Fear of failure

This is a structured programme for the purpose of developing better problem solving, increase self-worth, better ability to perform competitively, enhanced social and communication skills, increased ability to cope with negative emotion and the ability to manage stress more effectively.
(Maximum 6 plus parent 1 hour session.)

- Womens Group -

Women in the twenty first century addresses the need for 'a new psychology of women' creatively using all aspects of feminist psychology in conjunction with CBT. Feminist issues at the heart of women today include: -

  • Assertiveness training
  • Anger Management
  • Stress-related problems
  • Exploring all aspects of womens identity.



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The Centre For Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy
68 King William Street, Monument, London, EC4N 7DZ
Chislehurst Business Centre (South East London)
Sunnymead, 1 Bromley Lane, Chislehurst, Kent. BR7 6LH
©2017 The Centre For Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

Telephone 020 8468 1026 - C. London - 9.00am to 5.30pm
Telephone 020 8468 1026 - S.E London - 9.00am to 5.30pm
Mobile 07971 099 590 - Mob - After 5.30pm and weekends