- Jul 15, 2009
I'm thinking seriously about asking my GP for some sort of talking therapy, but I'm not sure what I want. I've had 2 lots of counselling in relatively recent years which seemed to do nothing and left me feeling misunderstood. I'm not sure about CBT as I gather that you need to work on things yourself between sessions, which I think might be a problem due to memory/concentration/motivation issues (I started treatment for a physical problem but could never remember to do the prescribed exercises). I thought about trying computerised CBT which my employer apparently offers as I'm always on this blinking computer! I feel I need something that addresses deeper issues past and present, and would prefer NHS. Any suggestions?