Imagine Therapy


This is the second of two posts taking a closer look at Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. Cognitive Behavioural Therapy or CBT is an evidence-based talking therapy used to treat mental health problems such as anxiety and depression. This post will look at some of the common myths and assumptions about CBT. A little secret: I never used to like CBT. I have always been and still am a big advocate of therapy, but… Read More

Over the past few weeks we’ve been looking at self-harm. Self-harm is a behaviour associated with mental health that is rarely talked about, but is actually quite common. Rates of self-harm in teenagers range from 14-39%. There are a lot of misconceptions and mystery around this behaviour. In my first post we looked at why teens self-harm. The second post was about understanding how it feels to be someone who self-harms. In… Read More