How it works
CBT can help you make sense of overwhelming problems by breaking them down into smaller parts. It’s the most effective evidence based treatment for most behavioural and emotional challenges.
The support is flexible depending on what we both agree would suit you. If you have CBT on an individual basis, you will usually meet with me, a CBT therapist, for between 5 and 20 weekly or fortnightly sessions, with each session lasting 50-90 minutes.
Sessions are charged per hour and range from £35-£65 per hour.
Sessions are held in Leeds on Monday & Tuesday evenings. Home visits are available (subject to additional charge). Skype sessions are also available.
“We have been working with lots of services over many years, but no one could help Sarah [my child, aged 8] control her behaviour and feel happy. After such a short time you showed us that Sarah could feel happy again, and showed us what we could do to help her with her behaviour. She's now back in school and doing really well!”
Maggie, 32, Oxford
“I didn't realise that I had been depressed - I just thought life was over for me. But now I can see really clearly, and I have plan of what to do if it happens again.”
David, 15, Thame
“I now feel I can breathe again. My anxiety isn't weighing me down, and my relationship with my child has improved ten-fold”
Paul, 38, Witney
I'm John Latham, and I've been working in Child and Family psychology for 10 years. My experience includes working with children and teens to change behaviours that were affecting both them and those around them. I've worked alongside Social Services, the Youth Offending Services, Grendon Theraputic prison, the Oxfordshire Early Intervention Hubs, Oxfordshire Deaf Children's Society, Ykids, and more.
I'm currently a Manager in CAMHS in South Yorkshire. Previously I've been a Senior CBT therapist for Oxford Health and as a director of the children and family charity One-Eighty (www.one-eighty.org.uk). In 2015 I received the Beck Scholarship award for services to CBT with families and in 2016 I was awarded the University of Oxford Vice Chancellor's Social Impact Award.
I trained in Oxford in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (PgDip), and I attended St. Catherines College at Oxford University (MSc), continuing my interest into researching behaviour change and counselling methods.
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