Personal Therapy Enquiry
If you feel you could benefit from Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), please get in touch
All enquiries are dealt with the utmost privacy and confidentiality
Free taster on the 23rd of May 10-12pm. Come along and find out more about CBT To register email firstname.lastname@example.org Or call 0141 332 0229 and ask for Wilmaread more
A new evening class starts on Monday the 2nd of September. Please contact email@example.com Are call 0141 332 0229 and ask for Wilmaread more
This course starts on Wednesday the 18th of September, this is a daytime course Please get in touch for more details and an application form 0141 332 0229 ask for Wilmaread more
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy | Frequently asked Questions (FAQ)We are here to answer any questions that you many have regarding Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
What is Cognitive Behavioural Therapy?
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (also know as CBT) is an approach which helps with many issues by focusing on how you think, act and fee.
CBT is recommended by the National Institute of Clinical Excellence as a treatment for anxiety, depression, OCD, phobias, stress and other issues.
What Happens in a Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Session?
CBT treatment, although unique to each individuals needs, does follow a basic structure, which includes providing information on the treatment itself, agreeing a working contract and using CBT assessment tools.
I would like to know more about CBT, do you hold open days?
We hold open days throughout the year. –
You will find ind out more about our courses and therapy services first hand in an informal setting.
Come visit us on one of our open day dates.
What is an SQA Approved Centre?
Why Train as a Cognitive Behavioural Therapist?
A career as a Cognitive Behavioural Therapist can be rewarding and fulfilling, as you enable others to find empowerment through the use of practical mental and physical tools.
If I attend for CBT Therapy will you contact my GP?
Your CBT treatment is confidential and there is no need for GCTC to inform your GP that you are receiving treatment, unless otherwise agreed at the outset.
Your details will be held on file for legal purposes only.
As all such information is subject to the Data Protection Act – your details and notes will not be passed on to any third party, at any time, for any reason.
Who will know that I am attending Therapy?
Will I have to pay?
Some insurers require you to pay first and claim back the fees from them. If you chose to go to an independent practitioner then it is likely that you will have to pay.
Through this organisation you may be eligible for a low paid worker/unemployed discount. Sometimes we have students learning CBT who will see you for a small charge (conditions apply – please ask)
Will Cognitive Behavioral Theraoy cure cure me?
The aim of counselling and psychotherapy is to allow you to cope better with your life and to feel more positive.
That’s what happens with most people.
Initially some people will feel worse before they feel better as the process of change can be uncomfortable, but this passes quickly as the benefit of change begins to take effect.