The Cognitive Behaviour Therapy Partnership is the leading centre for psychological therapies in Hertfordshire.
We help people overcome emotional, behavioural and psychological difficulties such as depression, anxiety, personality problems, addictions and family & relationship difficulties. We are experienced in helping with problems with, or experienced by, children and adolescents.
Our goal is to help you become 'your own best therapist.'
- Issues we can help with
- How Cognitive Behaviour Therapy works
- Individual, Group and Family/Couples Therapy
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- How long will therapy last?
- How often are the sessions?
- What will happen in the sessions?
- How much does it cost?
- Will my private health insurance cover therapy?
- Is CBT therapy available through the NHS?
- Do you offer evening and weekend appointments?
- Can I get CBT from the partnership if I live outside the UK?
- Do you offer self-development courses on CBT?
We have a highly skilled team of qualified therapists, each specialising in particular areas.
The Director of the CBT-Partnership, Henck van Bilsen, is also Head of Programmes at St Andrews Health Care, Essex.
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