Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) is one of the leading talking therapies due to its strong research support and quick treatment timeline. Once clients learn how CBT works, they typically find that it can easily be applied to their own lives. It just makes sense.

Cognitive conscious mental activities such as thinking, understanding and learning.
Behavioural the way a person reacts.
Therapy treatment of a mental or emotional illness by talking about problems.

CBT is a talking therapy that looks at: how you think about yourself - the world and other people, how what you do affects your feelings and thoughts and how the way you think and feel affects the way you act.

CBT will be able to help you to break these vicious cycles of negative thinking, feelings and behaviour. When you begin to see the vicious cycles, you can change them, this will then impact on your feelings.