Welcome to Oxford Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
Oxford CBT offers a range of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy solutions for people experiencing difficulties in their lives. Problems may include: depression, anxiety, shyness, worry, panic attacks, work stress, sleep difficulties, Insomnia, post traumatic stress, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), eating disorders or managing pain. We can work together to help you to overcome your difficulties and move towards your life goals. .
Driving PhobiaGet help for driving phobia, do you feel anxious, have jelly legs, feel frightened? CBT can help.
Anxiety & Panic AttacksGet help to manage worry, overcome anxiety and panic attacks.
OCDGet help to overcome unwanted thoughts, checking, washing and doubting.
Eating DisorderCBT is the recommended treatment for bulima and binge eating.
Oxford CBT for Professionals
For professional applications including Insurers, Employers and Solicitors and Lawyers read more here about how you can use Cognitive Behavioural Therapy.
What is CBT?
What is CBT? Cognitive Behavioural Therapy is a type of talking therapy. CBT can help you to change how you think - 'Cognitive' and what you do -'Behaviour'. Learning new skills and focusing on changes that can help you to feel better.Find out more ..
When can I see someone?
When can I see someone? Our therapy sessions and open hours are Monday to Friday between 9 am and 5 pm. All other times are strictly by arrangement and carry an out of hours extra charge.Book Now
Who will I see?
Who will I see? Tom Murfitt - has had many years of experience and training for treating people with unusual problems, helping to develop new skills and behaviours enabling coping and recovery.Find out more ..
How long will it take
How long will it take? Treatment sessions usually last for fifty minutes, each case is different but we would expect to see improvement within 6 to 8 sessions of treatment.Find out more ..
Can children have CBT?
Can children have CBT? Children and teenagers can have Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. We adapt the adult application of our therapy to suit the treatment of children and teenagers.Find out more ..
How confidential is CBT?
How confidential is CBT? In general all aspects of therapy are entirely confidential and any breach of this trust is an extremely rare event which would only be acted upon after proper and due consideration and discussion where possible.Find out more ..
Online therapy accessible to Skype users. Book today
Click for more information
We help members of the armed forces with CBT
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy can help service personnel and emergency service workers fight the symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
You can use your health insurance
Talk to your insurance provider, CBT should be covered as an effective method of treatment for psychological wellbeing. Click here for some useful links.
We have treatment rooms in Oxford, Reading, Bicester and Banbury
We have access to treatment rooms in Oxford, Reading, Bicester and Banbury, let us know at time of booking.
Get access to first rate support
You can phone and speak to us or leave a message and we will call you back as soon as possible. Contact Us.
Come Join Our Team
Oxford CBT are now recruiting therapists, see our therapists page for more details or Contact Us.