Goal Clarity/Life Skills/Anxiety Disorders/Depression/Relationship
CBT treatment is different from long-term psychotherapies such as psychodynamic treatment. The relationship between therapist and patient is collaborative, the treatment goals are clear, and the process offers cognitive and behavioural strategies designed to accomplish treatment goals.
In the CBT model, the treatment focuses on both cognition (thinking) and behaviour to alleviate emotional pain. Different aspects of cognition to be examined include automatic thoughts, thought patterns, and cognitive schema. Treatment starts by identifying a person’s rigid and dominant thoughts and thought patterns. The ultimate goal is to change the underlying beliefs and cognitive schema that result in problems for the client.
Mental Health issues
Academic or work stress
Specialising in working with teens/young adults with High Functioning Autism
Individual Psychotherapy can assist people from all walks of life in adjustment difficulties. Liane Thakur combines a rational yet compassionate approach to help adults, adolescents, and children learn how to cope with life’s stresses and problems, and to rediscover personal happiness, contentment, and joy.