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    CBT or counselling? Advice for talking

    Hi all, been suffering on and off for years with anxiety and recently after a bad weekend i have decided its time to do something. I cant work out whether to go for CBT or justhave some counselling to talk through my issues. Although i dont know what my issues are at the moment!
    Does anyone recommend anything? Has talking about it helped?

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    Re: CBT or counselling? Advice for talking

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    Re: CBT or counselling? Advice for talking

    Quote Originally Posted by sarahblonde32 View Post
    Hi all, been suffering on and off for years with anxiety and recently after a bad weekend i have decided its time to do something. I cant work out whether to go for CBT or justhave some counselling to talk through my issues. Although i dont know what my issues are at the moment!
    Does anyone recommend anything? Has talking about it helped?
    Id recommend CBT. It forces you to evaluate/understand your way of thinking, and challenge your thoughts. This makes it more of a permanent solution, something you can use later on as your anxiety ebbs and flows.

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