Rajshree provides effective "talking therapy" for numerous mental health and emotional problems from straightforward problem solving to more complex in depth courses of therapy. Her focus on examining relationships with both yourself and others throughout the lifespan enables numerous relationship difficulties to be resolved. She works with people on issues such as separation and divorce; grief and bereavement; depression and anxiety; abuse, neglect and bullying; adoption and infertility; self-esteem and identity issues and so on.
I specialise in Cognitive Analytic Therapy (CAT) and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT). These are time-limited talking therapies which focus on relationships and behaviours.
I use a talking therapy, focusing on a person’s relationships with themselves and others. It takes into account childhood experiences as well as current circumstances in order to formulate the problems in a sensible and concise way that is easy to understand.
I help you to identify unhelpful patterns and examine an individual's way of thinking, feeling and behaviour and work towards recognising and revising these to effect change.
It is effective for numerous types of difficulties such as - relationship difficulties with families and friends; - bereavements; - anxiety; - depression; - low self-esteem; - understanding emotional reactions to one's life events such as infertility, adoption, separation and divorce; - bullying, abuse and domestic violence; - identity issues
My qualifications, experience and personality combine to provide a safe, non-judgemental space in which to honestly think about one's relationships with oneself, others and the world, such that it becomes possible to effect change.
I am Dr Rajshree Weston. I am qualified as a Chartered Clinical Psychologist and Cognitive Analytic Therapy (CAT) Practitioner based in Cambridgeshire.
I have worked with numerous and complex issues such as relationship difficulties and divorce; grief and bereavement; low self-esteem; infertility, adoption and raising children; identity and ethnicity; debt management and stress; bullying, abuse and neglect; as well as the more traditionally known mental health problems such as depression, anxiety, phobias, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and personality difficulties to name but a few.
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