The Cambridge Centre for CBT is the leading centre for CBT practices in Cambridgeshire.
We are the largest team of CBT therapists in the UK working in a private setting. We deliver CBT interventions for all age groups and conditions, working seven days a week, from early morning to late in the evening offering specialist CBT interventions by highly qualified and experienced CBT therapists.
The Cambridge Centre for CBT is the only centre in Cambridge to specialise in CBT delivering therapy by BABCP accredited therapists
Why Cambridge Centre for CBT?
The centre is led by Mabel Martinelli, who is an experienced Psychologist and a BABCP accredited CBT Psychotherapist / Supervisor.
The centre is located on its own clinical premises, providing a relaxing environment for the delivery of well-researched, scientifically based psychological interventions. These are delivered by highly qualified and accredited practitioners, who work under strict ethical and professional guidelines. We also facilitate supervised placements for trainees completing CBT related therapeutic programmes.
Within our team of therapists we have expertise to work with all ages, offering therapy for individuals, couples and families. We are able to offer therapy in English, Spanish and Italian.
The centre is conveniently located, with good accessibility and free parking.
Cognitive and Behavioural Therapy is an evidence based psychotherapeutic approach, proven effective for the treatment of a wide range of mental health problems and emotional difficulties.
CBT is a time limited and focused intervention which aims to effectively help clients to become their own best therapist.
CBT is a psychotherapeutic model of talking therapy recommended by the NICE (National Institute for Clinical Excellence) guidelines as the treatment of choice for most common mental health problems.
Some of the difficulties CBT is effective for, are:
– Depression and low mood
– Anxiety disorders (panic disorder, agoraphobia, OCD, GAD)
– Specific Phobias
– Eating disorders
– Trauma and PTSD
Source: NICE guideline