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Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)

The key idea behind cognitive behavioural therapy is that: What you think and do affects the way you feel. CBT is present focused that means it works with thoughts and feelings in the here and now at a particular situation.

If you want to  find out what keeps you ‘stuck’ in the present moment, CBT will help in making changes in your thinking and actions in order to improve the way you feel. It is a collaborative therapy and needs your active participation in order to be helpful . I use CBT techniques with my Mindfulness Therapy.

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Christine Shah

Dip(Diploma) Counsellor/Psychotherapist, MBACP

BACP Register of Counsellors & Psychotherapists

My Interest in psychology developed from my own childhood insecurities. I began my journey of self-exploration which developed from a sense of dissatisfaction in the way I was responding to my life. Growing up in
 a valley in Austria I developed a
strong desire to understand and connect with people.

Eventually, this led me to take an adventure and explore London which
I have grown to love and made my home where I fulfilled my greatest yearning and continued my studies to become a BACP accredited integrative counsellor/ psychotherapist in 2008.

I am a MBACP registered BACP counsellor/psychotherapist and
a BUPA approved Mental
Health Therapist.