Treating anxiety: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy in Hamburg, Germany

Are you suffering from anxiety and seeking help from an English speaking therapist in Hamburg, Germany? I'm bilingual (British/German) and offer cognitive behavioral therapy to treat panic, phobia, social anxiety and generalised anxiety disorder. Here's more about how I work:

Developing personal coping strategies for dealing with anxiety

The goal of cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) is to analyse your current problems and to solve these by modifying negative thought patterns. The method focuses mainly on the present moment and the interaction between the therapist and the client.


Changing dysfunctional thinking

CBT believes that changing unhelpful patterns in cognition leads to change in behaviour and emotional reaction. Instead of analysing the client's past, CBT focuses on identifying current critical behaviours and loking at how these can be changed.


The benefits of CBT in treating anxiety

According to the National Association of Cognitive Behavioural Therapists, CBT is considered to be one of the most successful forms of psychotherapy. Psychotropic drugs often have negative side effects. CBT however, assumes that the client himself has the power to change negative emotions. According to CBT, external events are not responsible for our moods and research has found that CBT works as a natural remedy for anxiety.


Book an initial session

If you're interested, you can book an initial session by sending me an email or calling me: 0049-40 46090233. (Please don't forget to send me your phone number and the times I can reach you). I look forward to hearing from you!


More information: Fees and location


I'm Natalie Marby, an English speaking therapist in Hamburg, Germany. I offer psychotherapy in English, especially for expats living in Hamburg. Read more about my therapy method: Positive CBT for treating anxiety

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