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What is metacognitive therapy (MCT)?
And how can it help me?
Metacognitive therapy (MCT) is a psychotherapy focused on helping people with their distress, such as anxiety problems, depression and life difficulties. MCT focuses on changing thinking patterns that keep anxiety and depression going such as worry, rumination and attention becoming fixed on danger and failures.
In MCT the goal is to discover what you believe about thinking and how your mind works (called metacognitive beliefs), then to help you discover new and alternative ways of regulating your thought processes to reduce symptoms and distress.
In clinical practise, MCT is an effective treatment for depression and anxiety disorders, including generalized anxiety, social anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder, posttraumatic stress, health anxiety, and anxiety and low mood in the context of stress. It can also be used to treat other psychological conditions. This means it focuses on common psychological factors thought to maintain most psychological disorders.
To learn more about the principles and the outcome effects of MCT please go to mct-institute.co.uk
Highly trained therapists
All of our therapists have reached and completed the highest level in MCT Institute ́s training guaranteeing you the best of professional mental health care.
Want to practice
We offer supervision for Level 1 and Level 2 registered MCT therapists and top-up log supervision for masterclass students.