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What is CBT ?

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy is a personalised talking therapy. The aim is to work together to identify the main issues leaving you feeling stuck.


Together we explore your patterns of thought, beliefs you may hold, and any behaviour that may be preventing you achieving your goals.


Sessions are 50 minutes and can vary between 8 up to 20 sessions depending on the issue.

Who I can help?


If you are aged over 18 and:

  • Experiencing racing thoughts, worries, panic, social anxiety

  • Depression, low mood.

  • Have experienced single event trauma, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)

Mums and Dads:

If you are..... 

  • Pregnant, or a new mum or dad

  • Experiencing anxiety, overwhelming worries, panic, intrusive thoughts, social anxiety, or post-natal OCD

  • A parent and would like support in managing your child's anxiety using Parent-Led CBT (I do not work directly with children or teens).


If Cognitive Behaviour Therapy has been recommended to you, and you would like to know more, then please contact me for a free assessment.


If in crisis please contact: 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Or call free on 116 123 

Text SHOUT to 85258

Call the NHS 111 for advice on where to go or dial 999 in emergency.

Visit your GP / A&E

About Me

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I am married and have two children. I currently live in Hertfordshire

and have set up my private practice alongside my other work as

a volunteer with Home Start Herts and Anxiety UK.  

I have worked in the field of mental well-being for over 20 years

in a variety of settings such as charities, local authority and the NHS.

My main roles were supportive, person- centred and advisory using

my counselling skills training. During this time I gained a Masters

in the Psychodynamics of Human Development, a Post Graduate

Diploma in CBT and an APT level 2 certificate in Compassion

Focused Therapy.

This knowledge and experience has led me to specialise in CBT with

adults, which is goal directive using evidence based strategies. 

Online sessions are available, or Face to face sessions can be held in either Wheathampstead well-being centre, or The Oak House, Hatfield.

I am an accredited member of the BABCP and also an approved therapist working for Anxiety Uk providing therapeutic support to the charity’s members and partner beneficiaries. I am subject to the BABCP and Anxiety UK’s regular monitoring of my professional qualifications, supervision, continual professional development, insurance and professional body membership in addition to complying with the ethical framework and professional standards set down by the governing body. 

I am fully insured and have a DBS.

Client Feedback

JC (45 yrs): depression

“It was nice to talk to someone who understood and who was interested. I felt I could talk freely.”



Amy Langshaw
(BSc, MSc, PgDip)


07568 135008


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