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​CBT - Cognitive Behavioural Therapy in Sheffield
Abbey Therapy Practice offers a mixture of highly effective cognitive and behavioural therapies in Sheffield. These are combined because how we behave often reflects how we think about certain things or situations. The emphasis on cognitive or behavioural aspects of therapy can vary, depending on the condition being treated.

For example, there is often more emphasis on behavioural therapy when treating obsessive-compulsive disorder - where repetitive compulsive actions are a main problem. In contrast, the emphasis may be on cognitive therapy when treating depression. ​CBT ​is one of the most widely used 
therapies today in treating and wide range of mental health conditions and can help manage chronic pain.

At Abbey Therapy Practice, you will avail quality CBT and depression therapy in Sheffield at a reasonable price point.

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,    10 am until 4pm

Thursday                                  10 am until 3pm

Late evening appointments available upon request     


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Abbey Therapy Practice 

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy In Sheffield

​Fight Stress & Find Serenity



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Abbey Therapy Practice in Sheffield bases it counseling on CBT techniques.
(CBT)Cognitive behavioural therapy  is based on the principle that certain ways of thinking can trigger certain health problems. For example,CBT can help with anxiety, depression, phobias, etc, but there are others, including physical problems. Your CBT therapist helps you to understand your current thought patterns. In particular, to identify any negative, unhelpful beliefs or thoughts which you have that can trigger your health problem, or make it worse. CBT aims  to change your ways of thinking to avoid these beliefs. Your CBT therapist can  help you change your negative thought patterns to realistic, positive and helpful ways of thinking.