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eMed previously Babylon Health

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)

Elevate your mood with our CBT service, run by Specialist Nurse Therapists offering effective psychotherapeutic help.

What we offer

Details of our brand new package:

  • 30 minute sessions
  • Specialist Nurse Therapists trained in CBT and psychosocial therapies
  • Book now to save on our 6 session package NOW £329 (down from £369)
  • or £69 for a one-off session
  • No waitlist!

Is CBT right for you?

CBT is used to treat a range of common conditions or those experiencing symptoms such as:

What to expect in your session


A collaborative exploration of your current symptoms and behaviours through questionnaires and conversation to shape your future therapy sessions and talk you through the programme.

Symptoms & Behaviours

Your 30 minute sessions will involve collaborating with your therapist to focus on your unique challenges to give you the tools to manage issues and enhance insight, psychological safety, and stress management.


You may be given small tasks between sessions to practise new behaviours and techniques, allowing you to consolidate your hard work and enhance your results from therapy.

What is CBT?

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy or CBT is a talking therapy that focuses on understanding and improving patterns in thoughts, feelings, behaviour and physical sensations.

The goal is to help you to gain insight into your mood, anxiety levels and behaviours enabling you to cope better and overcome factors negatively impacting your mental health.

CBT is a ‘here and now’ therapy, acknowledging childhood or past problems, that we cannot change what happened but are able to manage our mental health better in the present and future.

It is effective in a relatively short period of time and is one of the best evidenced forms of talking therapy.

Do you need more urgent help for your mental health?

Are you having thoughts that life is not worth living, feeling hopeless or having thoughts of suicide or self harm?

Please see the following helplines and services who can support you:

  • Call Samaritans on 116 123 for a 24 hour helpline
  • Text "SHOUT" to 85258 for a crisis text line
  • Talk to someone you trust and make a safety plan together
  • If you need immediate help, please call 999

If you would like to have a discussion about your mental health and you are not sure which treatment is best suited for your needs. You can book with a Mental Health Nurse here.

To book now

Book online or via the app. To book via the app:

  • Download the eMed app (if you don't have one already)
  • Go to Book Appointment
  • Choose "Therapy"