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Manchester Centre for CBT

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Seeking a Cognitive Behavioural Therapist?

What is Cognitive Behaviour Therapy?


CBT is an established form of counselling/ psychotherapy which aims to help the client to identify unhelpful patterns of thinking and behaviour, and discover new more helpful ways of thinking and behaving.

CBT is a well researched area of therapy and has been evaluated by the National Institute of Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) as an effective form of treatment for specific problem areas experienced by clients.



Arranging an Assessment Session


During CBT an Assessment session is usually held as a first step to explore whether this approach may be helpful to you and how you feel about working with the Therapist.

Subsequent sessions of CBT (some people require only 1 or a few sessions, others require anything between 6 and 24 sessions depending on the nature of their problems) usually last for 50 minutes during which you would meet with your Therapist who will work with you on tackling your problems. Your Therapist will discuss with you the idea of undertaking some work in between your sessions to help you achieve your aims.


Meeting with a CBT Therapist


It is important that you feel safe and secure with your therapist. Most therapists working here are Associate Therapists of the centre who have undertaken training in specific CBT skills and techniques. Many of the Associate Therapists are Accredited with  either BABCP (see www.babcp.com) or BACP (see www.bacp.co.uk) and adhere to clear professional and ethical standards of practice. Many of the Associate Therapists also have a professional background in a range of health and social care professions including Psychology, Nursing and Social Work. All therapists (employed directly by the centre or associate therapists) hold Personal Indemnity Insurance. Please do enquire about your therapist along with their professional training and background as they will be happy to answer any questions you may have either before your Assessment session or during any agreed treatment sessions.


Some of our current Associate Therapists include: About Us

Costs of CBT


This is a private CBT service and costs vary - please contact us to discuss your needs.

Make an appointment

To see a therapist please phone 0845 052 3949 or email:


NEW SATURDAY CLINIC NOW OPEN at our Brooklands, Sale Centre.

Please email us if you wish to enquire about making an appointment.


Please email us if you wish to enquire about making an appointment

Insurers, Solicitors, Employers and any other Referrers etc.

To make an appointment or enquire further about the service:

please phone the Director Keith Chadwick on 07981 353 558 or email:



Venue: Currently CBT is provided at MCCBT 8A Framingham Road, Brooklands, Sale M33 3SH. This venue is 2 minutes walk from the Brooklands Metrolink Station. On road parking is usually available nearby if required. We also have other consulting rooms in the Manchester area.


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GP Referrals: GPs may refer a patient for CBT - However we are a fee paying private treatment service and the patient would need to pay themselves for our service.


Insurance Referrals: We work with a number of Insurers and similar organisations to provide CBT for their customers. Please contact us to explore further how we may work together.


MCCBT has particular expertise in delivering CBT for clients experiencing:


Workplace Stress Sickness Absence Road Traffic Accident Critical Incident at work Trauma


Employer Referrals: Concerned about an employee? Want to offer some further support? Contact us to discuss your needs further. We have many years experience of supporting employees to return to work.