If you have a G.P. in the Southside of Glasgow you can refer to us for treatment. You can do this yourself by visiting our "Virtual Courses" webpage or by phoning us. We also accept written referrals from G.P.'s, CMHT's and external/internal agencies.
If your G.P. is not registered within the Southside of Glasgow don't worry as anyone can download the self-help materials. If you feel you need further support please get in touch with your G.P.
Our Service Manager Dr. Fiona Murray explains more about what the service offers in this video.
WHAT IS CBT?
At Wellbeing we predominately offer Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT). To find out more about what CBT is and how it can help, take a look at our 'What is CBT' information page.
If you have a G.P. in the Southside of Glasgow you can book directly onto one of our courses via our virtual course page. If you are not sure which course is best suited to your needs then call us.
Our self-help materials are based on CBT and will help you learn techniques to manage symptoms of depression, anxiety, panic attacks, phobias, stress and many other problems you may be facing.
We offer all of our 1:1 therapy virtually either through a digital platform or the telephone. You can learn more about how this works by visiting our information on virtual therapy.
HOW CAN WE HELP?
DOES ONLINE THERAPY WORK?
Research has found that online therapy can be effective at treating anxiety, depression, trauma and many different disorders. There is no difference in patient satisfaction. Watch our short video below to find out more.
Online CBT is exactly the same as face-to face in almost every way - you will work with your therapist but the conversation will be via online video conferencing instead of face-to-face.
We also offer telephone therapy. Our therapy is delivered securely and at the time of your session, you simply log in or wait beside the phone and you will have access to engage with your therapist.
Home practice is an important component of CBT and other evidence-based treatments for psychological symptoms. Developed collaboratively during therapy sessions, home practice is used to rehearse new skills, practice coping strategies, and restructure destructive beliefs.
1:1 sessions usually take place once a week and last up to 1 hour.