CBT

Articles about different forms of cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT).

Book talk tonight – Mark Davis on the new edition of Conditioned Reflex Therapy

A quick last minute announcement! Tonight, at Watkins Books, I’ll be giving a talk on the new edition of Conditioned Reflex Therapy by Andrew Salter which was reprinted last month. Time: 6:30pm to 7:30pm Date: Thursday 21st November 2019 Location: Watkins Books, Cecil Court, London (nearest tube station is Leicester Square)   Having been out of […]

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Cutting through the 5 Myths of Hypnosis – Part 1

Welcome to the first in our Five Myths About Hypnosis series! Over the next few weeks, I want to share with you the most common myths and misconceptions about hypnosis – and why it’s so important to question them, look to the science and use more research-informed ways of talking about hypnosis. I’m going to […]

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Identifying and Helping with Eco-anxiety

What is eco-anxiety? Little did I expect, when I trained as a cognitive behavioural hypnotherapist, that my background in ecology and environmental policy would cross over so directly into my therapy practice. But the rising tide of ‘eco-anxiety’ means I am seeing an increasing presentation of this form of anxiety in my clinic.  And particularly […]

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Hypnosis and CBT – A perfect combination

  Over the past few weeks, we’ve looked at some of the extensive research behind hypnosis. We’ve looked at evidence showing what it is – and how it works. We have discussed a number of studies into the range of conditions that hypnosis can help. Today let’s look at another fascinating piece of research. What […]

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The Hypno-CBT® Toolbox: 35 different therapy techniques

In talking with other hypnotherapists and psychotherapists it’s clear that many have only a small range of techniques and interventions to draw upon.  We believe it’s important that hypnotherapists and psychotherapists have a wide range of interventions (treatment elements) to draw upon to create tailored and flexible treatment plans for each client. Here’s the current list of […]

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CBT-based workshops with Daniel Mirea, MSc

We’re excited to offer a series of evidence-based workshops in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy from BABCP accredited therapist, Daniel Mirea MSc. Daniel Mirea is a senior psychotherapist and lecturer  who trained in all aspects of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (including Mindfulness, Hypno-CBT and EMDR) with a career of more than 25 years in the mental health field. […]

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Psychosexual Counselling for Sexual Dysfunctions – with Dr Assen Alladin

A two day workshop with leading clinician and researcher Dr Assen Alladin, PhD. NOTE: THIS EVENT HAS ALREADY TAKEN PLACE – CLICK HERE TO VIEW OUR UPCOMING WORKSHOPS. Psychosexual Counselling for Sexual Dysfunctions Friday 13th and Saturday 14th November 2015, London with Dr Assen Alladin Clinical Psychologist/Adjunct Associate  Professor Department of Psychiatry, Calgary University Medical School Calgary, […]

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Two Day Workshop with Dr Assen Alladin: Cognitive Hypnotherapy for Psychosomatic Disorders

A two day workshop with leading clinician and researcher Dr Assen Alladin, PhD. NOTE: THIS EVENT HAS ALREADY TAKEN PLACE – CLICK HERE TO VIEW OUR UPCOMING WORKSHOPS. Cognitive Hypnotherapy for Psychosomatic Disorders: Migraine, Headaches, Chronic Pain and Skin Disorders with Dr Assen Alladin Clinical Psychologist/Adjunct Associate  Professor Department of Psychiatry, Calgary University Medical School Calgary, Alberta, […]

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Progressive Relaxation & Worry

This article outlines some uses of Progressive Relaxation applied to worry and anxiety, based on Edmund Jacobson’s original research. It contains some example exercises for relaxing the muscles employed in speech and vision.

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Mindfulness, Metacognition and Hypnosis

In 2006, Steven Jay Lynn collaborated with the Buddhist teacher Lama Surya Das, and two other researchers, in an attempt to explore the possibility of combining elements of Buddhist mindfulness meditation practice, cognitive therapy, and hypnosis, drawing on recent research in cognitive psychology. This post briefly summarises and comments upon their article.

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