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CBT Treatments usually last for between 12-40 sessions. Therapy can be short or long term. You can choose to stop your CBT therapy at any time.

In the more severe cases these symptoms of low mood can also include suicidal thinking.


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Men often become aware they are anxious because of physical symptoms such as: sweating, heart racing, rapid breathing, chest tightness, stomach butterflies, shaking, dizziness

Yes. Many people struggling with emotions feel too overwhelmed to be completely clear about what is going on for them. It's your therapist's job to help you understand what is happening to you. The most important thing at the start of therapy is that you are ready to face your difficulties and begin to make changes in your life.

If I am unsure what is happening to me, can I still start therapy?

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How long will my Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapy (CBT) last?

How often should I have therapy?

CBT treatments are usually weekly.

How do I know if I have ANXIETY? Anxiety affects people in different ways, symptoms can include:

How do I know if I have DEPRESSION? You may notice one or

more of the following:

Avoiding social situations or constantly thinking people are judging you

Worrying excessively, even about small things

Experiencing panic attacks, or fears and phobias

Having compulsions about cleaning, ordering or checking

Obsessions about risk, contamination or upsetting thoughts about sex or violence

Reliving traumatic or stressful events or being hyper-alert, unable to 'switch-off'

A sense of hopelessness about the future

A loss of pleasure, even in things you used to enjoy

Difficulty concentrating, completing tasks or making decisions

Poor sleep, early waking or eating too much / too little

Loss of motivation to do anything or reduced sex drive

Feeling fidgety and restless or the opposite, a slowing down

People who are experiencing psychosis can also have high levels of anxiety and depression.

How do I know if I might have PSYCHOSIS?

The most common symptoms of psychosis are high levels of distress usually accompanied by one, or both, of the following:

Hearing Voices – usually voices which are negative, critical or disturbing.

Experiencing strong and fixed beliefs which are unusual or delusional. This could include thinking you had special powers, or being convinced that other people were reading your mind or putting thoughts into your head. These thoughts can sometimes induce paranoid thinking, e.g. that people are watching or following you, or that certain things have a special significance just for you.