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info@cbtkenya.org
Our Location
Muthangari Road 37, Lavington
Open Hours
Mon — Fri: 8 am — 5 pm Sat: 8 am — 1 pm Sun: CLOSED

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Individual Counselling

The counselling process commences with the client and psychologists.

Family counselling

In most cases clients come for treatment accompanied by their parents, siblings, spouse or close friends.

Group Counselling

A holistic bio-psychosocial spiritual and cultural approach is used to help the client deal with identified problems.

Welcome To CBT-Kenya

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Kenya (CBT Kenya) is a professional counselling center where we help people that are dealing with problems that impact the quality of their lives.

We focus on helping clients gain insight into themselves by going through a healing process. This is achieved through clients and therapist exploring past and present issues.

Our greatest desire is for people to understand that seeking counselling is a perfectly normal thing. Anyone can benefit from psychotherapy if they are dealing with anxiety, phobias, overwhelmed with the stresses of life, having intrusive, obsessive thoughts and behaviours, or are dealing with traumas from past experiences.

WHAT WE DO

Our Services

INDIVIDUAL THERAPY

The counselor works one-on-one with the client in a safe and confidential environment.

INDIVIDUAL THERAPY

The counselor works one-on-one with the client in a safe and confidential environment.

GROUP THERAPY

Our group therapy sessions involve bringing together individuals who are facing similar problems.

GROUP THERAPY

Our group therapy sessions involve bringing together individuals who are facing similar problems.

FAMILY THERAPY

It is important to understand that any individual is affected by family dynamics.

FAMILY THERAPY

It is important to understand that any individual is affected by family dynamics.

ADDICTION THERAPY

Addiction is one of the most rampant behavioural and mental health issues in Kenya today.

ADDICTION THERAPY

Addiction is one of the most rampant behavioural and mental health issues in Kenya today.

ART THERAPY

At CBT Kenya, our portfolio of therapy techniques includes art therapy.

ART THERAPY

At CBT Kenya, our portfolio of therapy techniques includes art therapy.

COUPLE THERAPY

Providing therapy for married and engaged couples is one of our core services at CBT Kenya.

COUPLE THERAPY

Providing therapy for married and engaged couples is one of our core services at CBT Kenya.

MENTAL WELLNESS TIPS

Health Tip

Drink a glass of water in the morning

Chat

Call someone who makes you laugh

Happy Thoughts

Think about your good qualities

Exercise

Take a walk 20 minutes 3 times a week

Rest

Sleep 7 to 9 hours in a pitch dark bedroom

Avoid Alcohol

Alcohol keeps your blood sugar unstable

Socialize

Make social connections

Hobbies

Find new activities

Be Courteous

Do someone a favour

Start healing process, book an appointment today to get help
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