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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Online

Our whole operation is based on Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), which is one of the most commonly used psychotherapeutic approaches for treating mental health problems. CBT online helps you to identify, challenge and overcome your dysfunctional thoughts, behavior and emotions.

The basics of CBT

Basics of CBT

Since CBT constitutes the whole foundation for all our online therapy programs we believe that it’s important for you to get a quick insight into what CBT is.

Cognitive: A term describing your thoughts and anything to do with the mind's function, e.g. thinking, understanding, learning and remembering.
Behavioral: A term describing how we respond to stimuli, i.e. things we do and also the things we do not do.

CBT is based on the idea that your thoughts are what cause your feelings and behaviors, not external stimuli like people, situations and events. That is, it’s not the stimuli that causes your emotions, but it’s how you interpret and perceive that stimuli. The benefit of this insight is that you can change the way you think so that you feel and act better, even if the situation hasn’t changed. As you can see in the illustration above, there is a cycle of consequences with everything you do and this plays a great part in your overall feelings.

Does CBT online work?

Yes. Studies show that online CBT is just as effective as traditional face-to-face therapy*. All our programs are based on CBT and provide you with the information, tools and guidance you need to overcome your problems.

All our programs are tried and tested. We have helped thousands of satisfied people overcome their difficulties and our programs have an average rating of 4.7 out of 5 stars (242 reviews).

How does CBT online work?

For a detailed overview of what’s included when you sign up to our services, please check out our “How it works” page.

*Cognitive behavioural therapy online is just as effective in treating panic disorder (recurring panic attacks) as traditional group-based therapy. It's also efficacious in the treatment of mild and moderate depression. This is according to a doctoral thesis:

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