Broken heart, self-help, therapy, Vaughn Lowery, 360 MAGAZINE

THERAPY TO HEAL YOUR BROKEN HEART  

Renowned UK Psychologist has created a new therapeutic method to help people recover from a relationship breakup. Being entirely conducted online, this self-help treatment is the first of its kind. The Breakup CBT Cure is a structured, self-directed therapy, developed by Dr. Sylvia Buet after a seven-year study to address the emotional pain following a breakup, separation, or divorce. This intensive therapeutic approach uses state-of-the-art cognitive-behavioral techniques to promote adjustment to relationship dissolution. This intensive online therapy allows users to obtain results in just eight weeks, although they have up to 12 months if they wish to go at a slower pace.

The Breakup CBT Cure consists of 24 online sessions, divided into eight modules with almost 15 hours of videos and home tasks. Each module targets a specific problem area people usually struggle with following a breakup. Those eight “stuck points” are: ruminating angrily about the breakup, using proximity-seeking or avoidance strategies, experiencing intrusive thoughts, images, or memories, dwelling on the reasons for the breakup, feeling guilty about ending the relationship, feeling excessively attached to the former partner, and engaging in monitoring or checking behaviors. 

The main benefits of the Breakup CBT Cure include: breaking the emotional bond with the ex-partner, managing upsetting memories and intrusions, eliminating the desire to initiate contact or monitoring, accepting the uncertainty about the reasons for the breakup, letting go of unrealistic expectations of reconciliation, coping with negative feelings such as hurt, guilt, and anger, and developing the confidence to achieve one’s own personal goals without relying on the former partner.

The online treatment is based on evidence-based cognitive-behavioral interventions (CBT) and designed to be as effective as face-to-face CBT therapy. Cognitive-behavioral therapy has been scientifically proven to improve a wide range of difficulties. Still, no protocol had ever been developed until now to apply its powerful techniques to relationship breakups. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy helps people identify and modify their maladaptive beliefs and behaviors in order to feel better emotionally and improve their mental health.

BABCP accredited Cognitive Behavioral Psychotherapist John Dunlop highlights the unique characteristics of the program. Dunlop says, “The Breakup CBT Cure is a radically new form of breakup therapy. This kind of service is not being offered anywhere else, online or offline, because it is based on Dr. Buet’s unique research and methods. It offers tangible results with easy-to-follow and entertaining sessions over eight weeks, making online cognitive behavioral therapy more accessible and user-friendly than ever before.”

Offering the same results as face-to-face CBT therapy, the Breakup CBT Cure is much more cost-effective than traditional counseling because the user can save up to £3000 and go as fast or slow are they wish to obtain the results. Furthermore, a demo video is also available on the official website for people to be able to evaluate the structure and contents before signing up for the entire eight-week program. 

For more information on the Breakup CBT Cure, please visit https://www.breakupcbtcure.com/.

ABOUT THE BREAKUP CBT CURE:

The Breakup CBT Cure is a structured, self-directed therapy, developed by Dr. Sylvia Buet after a seven-year study to address the emotional pain following a breakup, separation, or divorce. This intensive therapeutic approach uses state-of-the-art cognitive-behavioral techniques to promote the adjustment to relationship dissolution. This intensive online therapy allows users to obtain results in just eight weeks, although they have up to 12 months if they wish to go at a slower pace. More information on the Breakup CBT Cure can be on www.breakupcbtcure.com.

ABOUT DR. SYLVIA BUET:

Dr. Sylvia Buet has been working in private practice since 1991 as a Psychologist and a Cognitive Behavioral Psychotherapist (anapsys.co.uk and onlinecounsellingclinic.com) both in Spain and the UK for nearly three decades. Buet has trained hundreds of mental health professionals in Europe and the USA. She was a Lecturer at the University of Ulster, teaching cognitive behavioral therapy at a Master’s level. Buet was also the Founder of the International Institute for Cognitive Therapy in Northern Ireland, and a regular presenter at International Conferences. She is an EMDR level II practitioner, specializing in the treatment of adults, particularly OCD (pure obsessions), trauma, and relationship breakups.

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