CBT Therapy and EMDR Therapy

When you make the decision to seek therapy you need to be assured that the therapy that you undertake has been proven to be effective, the therapist has the right skills and qualifications and that you feel that you can form a trusting and helpful relationship with your therapist. At Feel Well Therapy we strongly believe in these principles. We provide CBT Therapy and EMDR Therapy which are effective and NICE (National Institute for Clinical Excellence) recommended therapies for a wide range of mental health conditions. Our therapists are accredited with the BABCP the leading regulatory body for CBT Therapists and testimonials from clients frequently comments on our ability to put clients at ease and be supportive. Working together in therapy, we can help you to feel better and improve your wellbeing.

Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT)

CBT or Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) is a talking therapy recommended by NICE (National Institute of Clinical Excellence) for the treatment of a wide range of psychological difficulties.

During times of psychological distress, we think differently about ourselves and what happens to us. Our thoughts can become extreme and unhelpful, and affect how we feel about ourselves. To cope with how we feel we may behave in unhelpful ways that prolongs our distress. Over time our quality of life and relationships with others may become affected.

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is a short term, problem focused therapy that aims to directly target and reduce distressing symptoms, re-evaluate thinking and change unhelpful behaviours.  Dependent on the nature of a client’s difficulties this may mean that we need to consider earlier life experiences.

CBT helps clients to make changes and learn therapy skills that they can use throughout their life.

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EMDR Therapy

EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitisation Reprocessing) Therapy is a psychological treatment that has shown to be beneficial in treating psychological trauma arising from experiences such as road traffic accidents, workplace accidents, assault, childhood abuse or neglect, natural disaster and war related experiences. It is recommended by NICE (National Institute for Clinical Excellence) for the treatment of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and recent research also suggests benefits of using EMDR in treating anxiety disorders, complicated grief, depression, phobias and disturbing memories.

EMDR therapy is an eight phase treatment approach which includes completing a detailed assessment, processing of the difficult memories and facing current or future situations. During the memory processing aspects the EMDR therapist helps the client recall a disturbing event for a short while (e.g. 30 seconds) whilst simultaneously initiating bilateral stimulation that can consist of eye movements, tapping or sounds. This enables the reprocessing of traumatic memories, with successful treatment leading to memories becoming less intense and distressing and client’s psychological wellbeing significantly improving.

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Meet our Team

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Michelle Webster

Clinical Lead of Feel Well Therapy

Senior CBT Therapist
EMDR Therapist.

CBT sessions (60 mins) £75

Available Monday to Friday from The Feel Well Centre Loddon

I started my career as an Occupational Therapist in the NHS in 1993, and soon found my vocation of working with clients with mental health problems in 1995. I have worked with clients presenting with a wide range of mental health presentations and severities over the years in my clinical roles within community mental health teams, in patients services, crisis and home treatment teams, primary care and IAPT services. I started my training and practice as a Cognitive Behavioural Therapist in 2002 and have successfully treated many clients over the years.

I am an experienced and accredited CBT therapist and supervisor with the BABCP and also a qualified EMDR therapist. I have a wide range of experience in treating mental health conditions, and a special interest in helping clients recover from trauma, work related stress and helping clients to learn to be more compassionate towards themselves. I am registered with most health care insurers.

I am professional, caring and also easy to talk to, and this has helped me to establish a successful private practice business called Feel Well Therapy (FWT).

I am a firm believer in evidence based practice and want to try and educate the public about what therapies they should be looking for to treat mental health conditions. As part of my role in FWT I look to link clients with the right therapist for their difficulties and am always looking to develop and improve services. If you would like to arrange an assessment or  therapy session please get in touch

Want to see if Feel Well Therapy  can help you?
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Rosmary Moyce

CBT Therapist

CBT sessions (60 mins) £75

Available on Friday afternoons at The Feel Well Centre Loddon

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CBT Therapist

Rosemary has been practising as a Cognitive Behavioural Therapist for the last 8 years. She initially qualified as a registered mental health nurse in 1988 and has worked with clients experiencing a range of mental health difficulties in acute inpatient services, primary care services, community mental health teams and forensic services.

Having developed an interest in becoming a therapist following completion of a counselling certificate in 1993 , Rosemarie went onto complete a course in psychodynamic psychoanalyse in Colchester in 1996 .

More recently she completed her Diploma in Cognitive Behavioural therapy at the University of East Anglia in 2011.  She is an experienced and BABCP accredited therapist and works with clients experiencing a variety of conditions including stress, depression, panic disorder , OCD, trauma, emotional dysregulation and relapse prevention work for people with a diagnosis of  Bi-polar Disorder.

Rosie currently works part time in the NHS as a Psychological Therapist working with young people aged 14 to 26 and is also part of our team of  CBT Therapists practising from the Feel Well Centre in Loddon.

Rosie says ‘I would like to think of myself as a friendly, approachable and genuine person.  I really enjoy working with people , particularly in being able to support and help people feel better and move towards reaching their recovery goals.’

Want to see if CBT can help you?
Contact Us today  with an enquiry or to arrange an assessment appointment with Rosie. 

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John Marshall

CBT Therapist

CBT sessions (60 mins) £75

On Mondays at the Saxon Therapy Centre Beccles NR34 9HE

John Marshall
CBT Therapist

For most of my working life I was a history teacher in North London, however with retirement approaching I trained as a counsellor in 1990. My initial training was in Integrative counselling but in 1997 I started training in CBT as I found that the collaborative approach which CBT fosters suited me better, given my background in teaching. In CBT we are teaching the client to become their own therapist.

I moved from London to Norfolk in 2001 and I completed the Post Graduate Diploma course in CBT at UEA. I started working in private practice in 2003 while at the same time doing voluntary counselling for various organisations in Norwich. I became accredited with both the BACP and the BABCP the regulatory bodies for Counsellors and CBT Therapists. . From 2007 I have concentrated my voluntary work at the St Barnabas Counselling Centre in Derby St where I see clients one day a week. In 2014 I decided to move my private practice to Beccles where I now work at the Saxon Alternative Therapy Centre in New Market for one day a week, on a Monday.

Throughout my career I have enjoyed running various training courses for counsellors on CBT and am committed towards my own ongoing professional development.