At Plym Physio our ethos is simple ‘helping you help yourself’ but it refers to more than just physical recovery. Mental health plays a role in our ability to recover, keep strong and stay healthy. When we are experiencing an increase of stress, anxiety or other difficulties in our mental health, we often put our physical health on the back burner. This is where CBT can help.
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
Cognition – the way we perceive and think
Behaviour – the way we react and behave
Therapy – coaching and other methods to change our perception and behaviour
For all our achievements as humans, as individuals we can be vulnerable. We are affected by everything that happens during our lives; our families, childhood, living environment, school, work, relationships or life experiences, whether positive or negative. They shape us as individuals. These experiences can make us happy and strong, but some wound and scar. They leave negative thoughts and feelings, generating a cocktail of body chemicals that can cause depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder and other mental health issues. Sometimes we need help to decipher the labyrinth of our own minds. This is where Cognitive Behavioural Therapy can support you.
Using proven techniques the basic goals of CBT are:
As a Holistic Therapist practising CBT our aim is not tell the client what to think or to do. We instead guide the individual to develop practical strategies that work for them.
CBT Therapist Rachael Crook
Rachael has a Diploma in Mindfulness Based Cognitive Behavioural Therapy with Counselling and can offer coaching support for depression, anxiety, obsessive compulsive disorder, phobias, addiction, chronic pain, chronic fatigue syndrome, post-traumatic stress disorder, sleeping disorders, stress and more. On an individual basis you will work together to gain positive focus.
She specialises in Fibromyalgia as she has been diagnosed herself with it, and is expertly placed to help support you with symptoms such as chronic pain, chronic fatigue, anxiety, sleep issues as well as ‘fibro fog’. As a fibro sufferer you will know the list of symptoms is much longer.
Initial Assessment (1-2 hours) £60
Treatment (1 hour) £45
Breakthrough Session (5-6 hours) £300