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Why Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)?

It's backed by research

CBT is a well-established and evidence based treatment approach in the field of mental health.


CBT alone has been effective in treating a range of mental health conditions for adults, teens and children. 

 

It's a skills-based approach

CBT techniques, once learned, can become lifelong coping tools that empower us to tackle problems with a growth mindset.

It's great for children

Research has shown that play-based CBT group programs are particularly effective in improving the self-esteem of children in grades 5 and 6.

Self-esteem plays a significant role in developing emotional resilience and well-being in children, that can help them cope better with stressors and navigating life transitions. 

It's structured and time-limited

CBT delivers results relatively quickly compared to other forms of therapy.

It tends to be offered for a set number of sessions rather than on a long-term basis.

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