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Psychological Treatments

Ms Noguez Morales offers a range of evidence-based psychological treatments to best meet your current needs. ​

CBT is an evidence-based psychological treatment that was developed through decades of scientific research. Research shows that CBT is one of the most effective treatments for anxiety. It is also an effective treatment for problems such as depression, chronic pain, anxiety, anger issues, to name some.

CBT aims to show you how your way of thinking an affect your mood. It can teach you to think in different way and  give you perspective to other ways of seeing yourself and your life. 

DBT is an evidence based psychological treatment. It was designed to help you manage difficult emotions. The aim is to help you learn how to accept these emotions and regulate them so you are better able to change any behaviour that may be harmful and not helpful.

DBT provides you with skills to help you find a balance between acceptance (accepting your emotions and who you are) and change (making positive changes to your behaviour and life

ACT is part of the third wave cognitive-behavioural therapy that uses acceptance and mindfulness strategies together with commitment and behaviour strategies to increase psychological flexibility. ACT is particularly effective in giving people strategies and help them live in the present moment in a conscious way and being able to make choices and decisions on what the situation affords, changing or persisting in behaviour in the service of their values.

DBT is an evidence based psychological treatment. It was designed to help you manage difficult emotions. The aim is to help you learn how to accept these emotions and regulate them so you are better able to change any behaviour that may be harmful and not helpful.

DBT provides you with skills to help you find a balance between acceptance (accepting your emotions and who you are) and change (making positive changes to your behaviour and life

The Self- Compassion therapeutic approach aims to help those who struggle with shame and self-criticism, anxiety, stress, or depression. Self-compassion techniques can help regulate mood and lead to feelings of safety, self-acceptance, and comfort. There is a science behind the mind-body connection and how to practice mind and body awareness, and how this can help with uncomfortable feelings. 

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