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|UCLH service name||Choose and book specialty||Clinic type|
|Cognitive Behavioural Therapy- Complementary Medicine||Complementary Medicine||Pyschological medicine|
Psychological Therapies Service
(Cognitive Behavioural Therapy)
The Royal London Hospital for Integrated Medicine
60 Great Ormond Street
CBT is a talking therapy. Patients work with a therapist to understand the problems they face and to find solutions.
The overall aim of CBT is to provide psychological tools for patients to use to help address problems and manage their difficulties. This therapy has been shown to improve overall psychological and physical well-being.
CBT focuses on ‘here and now’ problems and difficulties. It can help you to identify and adapt how you think (cognitive) and what you do (behaviour) in order to influence your emotional wellbeing and physical symptoms.
CBT is offered for the management of chronic physical health problems. Please see our psychological services webpage and leaflet for more details.
At the first appointment, a CBT therapist will do a thorough assessment. The therapist and patient work to understand how thinking, feeling and behaving are related. Therapist and patient then identify helpful goals.
Together you will review your progress during the programme.
Follow-up sessions are on an individual or group basis. The sessions are usually weekly and vary from six to eight sessions.
It is important for your treatment that you attend your scheduled appointment at the Royal London Hospital for Integrated Medicine.
If your appointment is more than 24 hours away, please change or cancel it by using the online form below or calling us on 0203 456 7890.
If your appointment is within the next 24 hrs please call us on 0203 456 7890.
If you have any non-urgent queries regarding your appointment or our services please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will respond to you within 72 hours.
The RLHIM is also a teaching hospital and from time to time other healthcare professionals may observe in outpatient clinics as part of a training course. We will always ask your permission for students to sit in during your consultation. You do not have to have students present if you would prefer not to.