Challenging ‘cognitive distortions’

Challenging ‘cognitive distortions’

In a recent article entitled ‘People With Depression Show Hints Of Distorted Thinking In The Language They Use On Social Media’ Emily Reynolds discusses the inaccurate thought patterns that often affect those with depression.

These distortions include jumping to conclusions, catastrophising or self-blame – all of which can cause sincere distress for those experiencing them.

You can read the full article on the The British Psychological Society website.

If you feel that you could benefit from Cognitive Behavioural Therapy or other therapies you can contact one of our listed therapists

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