NOSA CBT: What Do We Do and Who Can We Help?

NOSA CBT: What Do We
Do and Who Can We Help?

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It’s estimated that more than 8 million people in the UK live with anxiety. Many of them will never get the treatment they need to overcome their anxiety problems, even though they have access to more support than ever before.

Here at NOSA CBT, we understand that starting any mental health journey is a challenge. We work hard to provide accessible and friendly talking therapy services to support people with a wide variety of different anxiety-based issues and offer support either online or in person. 

But what exactly does NOSA CBT do and who can we help?

What does NOSA CBT do?

NOSA stands for National Outreach Service for Anxiety, and NOSA CBT specialises in providing cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) to support those living with anxiety problems anywhere in the country. Our team of talking therapy experts work with you to identify your unique problems and symptoms. We will create a treatment plan tailored to your specific needs. 

You can chat with our team by calling or emailing us using the details found at the bottom of this page. Once you have made contact, we will book you in for an assessment session to determine the best plan for you.

What is CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy)?

CBT is a common form of talking therapy that aims to help a person to change the way they think and behave. It is based on the idea that the way we think also influences our feelings, giving us the power to take control of our feelings using the correct thought processes. People suffering from anxiety problems can sometimes become stuck in ‘maintenance cycles’. This can be represented by a simple diagram: 

Your therapist will work with you to identify your specific symptoms and cycles, with a view to challenging and changing them. 

This type of therapy is intended to be short-term, with the recipient taking an active approach to using the techniques their therapist teaches them. This means that you will have to do some of the work to ensure that your cognitive behavioural therapy works for you, but this helps to build habits and ideas that you will use in the future to keep your anxiety under control.

Who can NOSA CBT help?

Therapy is something that everyone should be able to benefit from, and this is why NOSA CBT doesn’t restrict its talking therapy service to anyone in particular. To access our services you just need to live in the UK and be over the age of 16, but we can also help you to find a therapist that is suitable for you if you don’t meet these requirements.

Use the contact form below to get in contact and discuss your anxiety with one of our experts. We always do our best to ensure that you receive the best therapy for your personal circumstances.

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