in Altrincham - Cheshire
Cognitive Behaviour Therapy is a therapeutic approach which is based on how our thinking could affect how we feel and how we react or behave in certain situations and the effect of this on our daily lives.
Cognitive Behaviour Therapy tends to focus on a specific issue which the client wishes to address in therapy, focusing on the present rather than what happened in the past.
Counselling (Psychotherapy) is
a talking based therapy, and as
a client, you are provided with
a safe, confidential, non- judgmental environment to talk about troubling, distressing or painful issues affecting your life.
(Adults / Adolescents)
Individual adults or adolescents might experience troubling or distressing issues which affect their lives.
The troubling issues could relate to: Anxiety, Panic, Depression, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD),
Anger Management, Gambling, Stress (work, University or School),
Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Relationship Difficulties
or other issues.
Sometimes a couple could face difficult times in their relationship or marriage, this may result in arguing over what seems to be trivial matters, avoidance or resentment.
Mona is a qualified Cognitive Behaviour Psychotherapist and Counsellor,
holds a Post Graduate Diploma in Cognitive Behaviour Psychotherapy (CBT) and MA in Counselling.
Mona is a BABCP Accredited Cognitive Behaviour Psychotherapist (CBT) and BACP Senior Accredited Counsellor and Psychotherapist.
Mona Noblett BABCP Accredited Cognitive Behaviour Psychotherapist (CBT)
Mona provides Cognitive Behaviour Therapy and Counselling services for adults, adolescents and couples who are facing troubling or distressing issues affecting their lives.
As an experienced and Accredited Cognitive Behaviour Psychotherapist and Senior Accredited Counsellor, Mona's Psychotherapy approach is based on each individual client's own experiences and Therapy goals.
Therapy Sessions During Current COVID-19 Situation
Therapy sessions during the current COVID-19 situation are delivered
Face to face or online (video).
The government has identified Mental health practices as one of the sectors that can continue to offer their services during lockdown where the Therapy work can be delivered in
a safe environment which adheres to government COVID-19 guidelines.
People sometimes face troubling, distressing or painful issues which affect their lives.
The troubling issues could relate to anxiety, obsessive compulsive disorder, depression, anger, low self-esteem, stress, trauma, traumatic stress gambling, marriage or relationships, bereavement or terminal illness.
troubling issues could relate to current situations or experiences from the past including Bullying, Loss or Trauma.
Anxiety / Depression