Evidence Based Psychotherapy is very much like cognitive therapy where a both therapist and psychotherapist will highlight areas that need change. The main the differences between standard psychotherapy and evidence based psychotherapy is the approach and the method. Evidence based psychotherapy tends to focus on your thinking style(s) and the deeper routed system of negative patterns that have been formed throughout your life. Once these patterns have been highlighted and challenged, responsibility can be obtained and the issue solved.
How Evidence based psychotherapy can help with change?
We will help you identify and challenge your limiting beliefs, these can be associated to your personality, your childhood development, you life experiences and how you have managed to develop coping mechanisms. The main emphasis of this type of psychotherapy is to enable change through conscious understanding of the cause, enabling you to take responsibility and manage your cognition more effectively.
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Evidence Based Psychotherapy can help with many different symptoms, whether it be something that is affecting you mentally or physically. There has been an abundance of scientific evidence that proves that the emotional experiences that we feel are caused by our cognitive thinking first, so this gives rise to the fact that what we feel is maintained by what we first think. So, if you want to change the way you feel then you can achieve this by changing the way you think, remember its a thought that creates a feeling, and a feeling that creates behaviour.
Evidence Based Psychotherapy – the process and the therapist.
Evidence based Psychotherapy is a liberating process and how quickly you manage to take responsibility to challenge your thinking. Evidence based psychotherapy is an active therapy whereby you will learn about yourself and you will be asked to be active and use what you have been taught outside sessions. Throughout the process your progress will be constantly challenged and monitored.
Evidence based psychotherapy is proven to work. The greatest aspect of Evidence Based Psychotherapy is that you don’t even have to believe in the process for Evidence Based Psychotherapy to actually work, you just have to commit to it.
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