Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
at MEADOWS WELLBEING
Maintain a happier, more balanced life
Do you feel stuck? Perhaps struggling with negative habits, repeating unhelpful patterns, or suffering with indecision or low self-confidence?
At Meadows Wellbeing we are passionate about empowering you to change and achieve your goals. No matter whether you feel it’s a large or small problem, our mission is to help you.
If you are experiencing anxiety related issues, stress, anger, low mood and depression, unhealthy relationship patterns and co-dependence, habitual and compulsive behaviours, IBS or insomnia our CBT therapist can help you work towards alleviating these issues.
YOUR MEADOWS WELLBEING CBT THERAPIST
MBACP, NCS (Acc), HPD
Cognitive Behavioural Therapist
About Rowanne Mackie
Rowanne has over 25 years training and mentoring experience in the high stress environments of the public and private sectors, and since 2014, as a CBT therapist, counsellor, hypnotherapist and coach.
With a wealth of experience supporting individuals and couples to grow and transform, Rowanne favours the rapid emotional change that Cognitive Behavioural Therapies bring.
Her focus is positive, lasting emotional, behavioural and mental change.
REBT/CBT (Rational Emotive Cognitive Behavioural Therapy) is Rowanne’s core training which enables her to provide specialised short term, goal-orientated therapy to individuals. She is particularly interested in solution focused approaches and ‘third wave’ CBTs, especially Compassion Focussed Therapy and Acceptance & Commitment Therapy.
In 2018 Rowanne joined the lecturing staff of the College of Cognitive Behavioural Therapies, teaching its range of diploma courses and offering clinical supervision to students.
Rowanne is a registered member of the British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy, an approved therapist with the charity Anxiety UK and is an Accredited Member of the NCS (National Counselling Society).
MEET YOUR CBT THERAPIST
What To Expect From Your Consultation & Treatments
Sessions are usually weekly and completely tailored to your needs. They take place ideally at the same time each week and are suitable for individual adults or couples.
CBT is considered a shorter-term talking therapy and depending upon presenting issue(s), therapy tends to span 10-16 sessions.
It is an active, goal-orientated approach.
Our Cognitive Behavioural Therapist can help you change your thinking and overcome limiting self-beliefs to develop helpful habits and thinking patterns for lasting change.
Seeking support can be a big step. Our aim is to help you feel heard and seen for who you are. We suffer when our life isn’t working as we’d wish, but don’t know how to change or do things differently.
Our therapist will strive to create a safe, confidential and supportive space where you feel able to be honest – without fear of judgement – to explore, grow and change.
Meadows Wellbeing offers a free, confidential 15-minute initial phone consultation where you can discuss why you are seeking support and how she can support you.