What is Cognitive Behaviour Therapy?

CBT stands for Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, a form of psychotherapy which was developed in the 1950's by Dr Albert Ellis and Dr Aaron Beck. CBT is based on the principle that people experience psychological problems largely because they hold rigid and self-defeating irrational beliefs about themselves, others, or the world. Our thinking affects how we feel and behave. Peter helps his client’s to identify unhealthy thinking and behaviour patterns and works alongside them to challenge these and bring about positive change.

What problems can Peter help with?

Peter specialises in the treatment of depression and anxiety disorders, including panic attacks, generalised anxiety, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), social anxiety, health anxiety (hypochondriasis), body dysmorphic disorder (BDD), post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), Bulimia Nervosa, phobias and stress.

Fees: Peter is recognised as a provider of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy by AXA PPP Healthcare, Cygna Healthcare, AVIVA, Bupa, WPA, Pru Health, Group Ama, and Simplyhealth.

For clients funding their own treatment, daytime sessions are charged at £70 and evening sessions at £80. Sessions are of 50 minutes duration.

Peter Bryan works at Optima-Health on a Monday

Please visit Peter’s website: www.surreycbttherapist.co.uk for further information.

Contact:  07976 245293 or