Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
Below are a range of widely used and recommended treatments that are used by Onepsych.
Cognitive behaviour therapy is a relatively short term focussed approach to the treatment of many types of emotional, behavioural, and Psychiatric problems.
CBT helps individuals identify unhelpful thoughts and learn or re-learn healthier skills and habits.
Mindfulness is the focussing of attention and awareness. Clinical Psychology and Psychiatry have developed a number of therapeutic applications using mindfulness.
Research suggests that mindfulness practices are useful in the treatment of pain, stress, anxiety, depression, relapse, disordered eating and addiction.
First developed by Marsha Lineham for treatment of people with Borderline Personality Disorder, DBT is an internationally recognised treatment for people with significant emotional and relationship difficulties.
Interpersonal Therapy was developed initially for the treatment of depression. Interpersonal Therapy focuses almost exclusively on interpersonal relationships.
There is a strong focus on how the individual relates to and interacts with other important individuals in their life.
Trauma Specific Therapies
This behaviour therapy technique helps you safely face the very thing you find frightening so that you can learn to cope with it effectively.
Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing
EMDR combines exposure therapy with a series of guided eye movements that help you process traumatic memories.