How it Works - Online CBT
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Once you have joined Angels212 we will provide you with a personal counsellor and support group. Within the small group will be a mixture of people facing a similar experience. As a group you will be encouraged to share your thoughts and stories to help each other feel less isolated and build confidence in talking through your problems, a very important and natural part of the healing process. The group will be prompted in different situations to help you to come together as a community and aid each other.
Having a personal counsellor will allow you to express your feelings outside the group on a one-to-one basis whenever you need them. They will monitor your diary, group sessions and personal sessions to tailor your recovery path at every step, so they can encourage you and help you to find happiness once again.
Angels212 is here for you, with a personalised treatment plan to help you on the road to recovery through our CBT techniques.
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What is CBT?
Cognitive behavioural therapy, or CBT, is the method around which our counselling service is based. You may be wondering, however, what exactly cognitive behavioural therapy means?
It is therapy through talking, aiming to change behaviours and thought processes through our counselling services to help you to deal with anxiety, depression and grieving.
The methods work towards you learning to deal with problems in a positive way, helping to find a way out of your current unhappy situation but also creating a long-term solution for dealing with problems that may arise in the future.
Although we cannot take the originating problem or pain away, through our therapy sessions you will learn to deal with the emotions and behaviours caused by that trauma. Supporting you the entire way, we will talk through how you are feeling and combat the root of the anxiety or depression.
The idea of CBT is that events can trigger thoughts, which can affect your emotional state and often the logical parts of your brain can stop working as effectively, blowing the problem up to a point where it seems like there is no way out. This can also leave you feeling isolated and vulnerable but here at Angels212 we can help you to conquer this, using CBT for depression, anxiety, grief, bereavement and more.
We try to turn these event triggers around into a positive trigger which will help you to feel comfortable with your thoughts and deal with them in a healthy manner. Below are the steps we will walk you through on the journey to recovery.
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Your Personal Journal
The first step in our Cognitive Behavioural Therapy scheme is asking you to fill out an online journal. Although this may seem difficult at first, most people find this technique very rewarding. It allows you to write down your thoughts and feelings and reflect on them, as you may not have had a chance to properly think about the situation in this light. It also allows us an insight into how you’re feeling to determine the best route of recovery suited to you.
The journal can often put you in a state of mindfulness, allowing you to clear your mind and express your thoughts on paper, building confidence in sharing your emotions and behaviours. Angels212 will also guide you through the process, prompting you to explore different emotions and remembering the positive memories after a trauma. Although it is often hard to refocus away from the negative feelings brought by the loss of a loved one, it is important to acknowledge the happy memories on the journey to recovery.
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