Counselling & CBT in clinic and online

BACBP Qualified Counsellors
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BACBP Qualified Counsellors

IGP offer only the most highly qualified BACBP expert therapists

Face to face and Online

Counselling and Cognitive Behavioural Therapists delivering online and face-to-face sessions

Same Day Appointments

It is our aim to see patients on the day that the enquiry is made

Counselling and CBT Therapy in Cardiff, Newport and Swansea.

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and Counselling are both used to treat people with similar issues and there is significant crossover in the two treatments. However, our expert BACBP therapists tailor therapy programmes based on the specific needs of the individual. Whether you’re suffering from depression, stress, anxiety, PTSD or any mental health problem that’s causing you distress, we are here to help. iGP can provide you with expert counselling and CBT therapy, delivered by BACBP-qualified counsellors in Cardiff, Newport and Swansea.


Initial Assessment

Before booking appointments for Counselling our CBT, please booking an initial assessment with our therapists to discuss the best course of action and devise a treatment plan.

Time: 60 minutes

Cost: £115

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Counselling

Counselling is a talking therapy used to treat issues that present in a person's life that cannot be changed such as bereavement or a job loss. The counselling services provided by iGP in Cardiff and South Wales are talking therapies aimed at helping you overcome social, personal and psychological problems. Both online and face-to-face therapy sessions are available with a highly qualified BACBP therapist.

Time: 60 minutes

Cost: £115

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Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)

CBT aims to make adjustments in your life to improve the way you act or behave to certain situation or stimuli. CBT is a therapy that is most commonly used to treat depression/anxiety. Howeverm It is also used to treat a wide range of mental health ailments including addiction, OCD and self-esteem issues. Both online and face-to-face therapy sessions are available with a highly qualified BACBP therapist.

Time: 60 minutes

Cost: £115

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Experienced Counsellors and CBT Therapists You Can Trust

At iGP, we have put together a fantastic counselling and CBT team that has both the experience and training to treat a wide range of mental health problems. Leading this highly capable team is Jane Muston, who oversees all counselling and CBT services at iGP.

Jane has a wealth of experience as both a mental health clinician and a therapist. She’s also a qualified PGCAP trainer and a CBT supervisor. If you decide to use iGP for therapy or counselling, Jane will probably be involved in your sessions.

Jane Muston has a long track record of achievement in the fields of counselling and CBT:

  • Co-authored the National Curriculum for Improving Access to Psychological Therapies High-Intensity Training

  • Experience in cognitive approaches to mental wellbeing

  • Experience in developing and delivering resilience training programmes

  • Delivered mental health awareness and skills training to a range of corporate entities and work-based teams

  • Counselling and CBT FAQs

    How Do I Know if I Have a Mental Health Problem?

    You’ll probably know if you “haven’t been yourself” for a while. But while you might be able to discuss your symptoms, you probably need help with identifying the condition. We’ve put together a list of the most common mental health problems we treat at iGP

    This list of mental health conditions is just an introduction to the most common issues treated with counselling or CBT. If you don’t think your condition is listed, speak with a BACBP-qualified counsellor at iGP about your symptoms.

    Should I Choose Counselling or CBT?

    Both of these talking therapies are used to treat mental health conditions such as depression and anxiety. However, counselling focuses on encouragement and empathy through active listening. CBT therapist works with their patient to uncover the behavioural patterns that are linked to mental health symptoms. Once the links have been established, the CBT therapist works on practical changes that can break the link between unwanted behaviours and symptoms.

    If the root cause of your mental health symptoms involve an event or a set of circumstances, you’ll probably be advised to take the counselling route. Such events include bereavement, the loss of a job or the breakdown of a marriage.

    If the root cause of your problems is related to inherent behaviours, however, CBT is probably the best option. To find out which route is best for you, contact the counselling experts at iGP today. One of our counsellors will assess your symptoms and arrange a treatment programme tailored to your particular needs.

    What conditions can Counselling and CBT treat?

    Below you will find a list of just some of the conditions successfully treated with Counselling & CBT:

  • Addiction

  • Adolescents

  • Anger

  • Anxiety

  • Bipolar Disorder

  • Bulimia

  • CFS

  • Chronic Pain

  • Couples Therapy

  • Depression

  • Habit Disorders

  • Health Anxiety

  • Low Self Esteem

  • OCD

  • Panic Attacks

  • Phobias

  • Post Natal Depression

  • PTSD

  • Sleep Disorders

  • Social Anxiety

  • Work Related Stress

  • For further information about mental health conditions that we treat please click the link below:

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    What Counselling Therapies Are Available for Children?

    CBT for anxiety and depression in children is treated differently. Young minds are still developing, so a range of subtle methods are used to gently introduce children to counselling or CBT treatments. These methods include:

  • Interaction therapy involving the child and their guardian

  • Child-led play therapy

  • CBT therapy

  • Dialectical behaviour therapy

  • Group play therapy

  • Family therapy

  • For further information about our counselling and CBT therapies for children please click the link below:

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    Are face-to-face counselling and CBT sessions available?

    We offer both face-to-face and online counselling sessions. However, in-person sessions are limited while we continue to proceed with caution following the Covid-19 pandemic. Call iGP on 03456 252 252 to discuss the latest availability.

    How does an online counselling or CBT session work?

    Once you’ve booked an appointment, you’ll receive confirmation via email, which will include all the information you need. With online video appointments, there will also be a link to click when it’s time to start your online therapy session.

    You can click your appointment link on any internet-enabled device, including a smartphone, a tablet, a laptop or a desktop computer. And that’s it! You don’t have to pre-install any third-party software in order to attend your counselling session.

    Can I speak to someone before I book a counselling session?

    A member of the iGP team will be happy to speak with you between the hours of 9am and 5pm, Monday to Friday. Give is a call on 03456 252 252. Or if you prefer, you can email us at enquiries@theigp.co.uk.

    Do You Need Mental Health Awareness Training for Your Employees?

    Jane Muston is available for developing and delivering customised training in mental health awareness and services. iGP is offering a range of corporate packages — all aimed at protecting and improving the mental wellbeing of employees and colleagues at work.

  • Mental Health Training

  • Wellbeing Resilience

  • Mental Health Champions

  • To find out more about these courses and iGP’s corporate training initiative contact us on 03456 252 252.

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