A love of art and meditation and a desire to help people feel happier, inspirational Elizabeth Forrest chats to me about why she became a CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapist) therapist and how her work inspires the way she lives.
I have been practising Compassion Focused Therapy (CFT) for a number of years and have seen the benefits it brings. In this article, I will explain what compassion is, what compassion focused therapy is and how it is basically used within CBT.
I am a passionate believer in providing accessible support for young people at the point of need.
You have worked hard for 3 years, coped with the pressure of deadlines, exams, living frugally and now you have come to the end. The last few weeks have been amazing, you have celebrated the end, graduated and said your goodbyes. But now, there is an anticlimax, a sense of feeling lost. Some of your friends have already got a job, or have plans, but you don’t. You feel in limbo.
Fresh Thinking Therapy is pleased to offer low cost therapy to children and young people (under the age of 25), whose families usually would struggle to afford the full fees of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy.
As a child we are often asked, what would you like to be when you’re older. School starts to direct us towards a career from year 9 onwards but what if we don’t know what we want to do?
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