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CBT for the Diet Trap

6 Week live online course

Maximum 10 people per group

One weekly 1hr 15 sessions

Two Accredited therapists


CBT for the Diet Trap

One 2 One Coaching

Individual coaching session

With accredited CBT Therapist 

Individual assessment and plan

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CBT for the Diet Trap

Self directed online course

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CBT for the diet Trap is a psychological approach that helps people to achieve their health and lifestyle goals. Led by accredited psychotherapists and Mental Health nurses, evidence based therapies are used with both groups and individuals. 

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  • CBT for the Diet Trap is a psychological approach which will help improve your health and wellbeing by using evidence based techniques.

  • Our aim is to help you to become your optimum self, by focusing on what really matters and helping you to make meaningful changes which last.

  • Many diets are a short-term fix, and rarely give long lasting results.  This is because they don't target the psychological reasons that often lead to unhealthy eating and lack of physical activity.  

  • At CBT for the Diet Trap we do not promote dieting or strict exercise regimes as these are often unhealthy and unrealistic to maintain. Instead we use Cognitive Behavioural Therapy which addresses the psychological aspects, helping you to achieve your goals and feel more in control. 

  • Our programs are designed for anyone who is struggling to lose weight or maintain the healthy lifestyle they desire. 


Founded by Sarah France and Tanya Sammut

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What is CBT?

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is based on the concept that what we think affects the way we feel and behave. CBT involves a number of interventions that help people to identify thinking patterns and behaviours that lead to issues and conditions being maintained. Once cycles are identified the aim of CBT is to help an individual to break these cycles and create new patterns of behaviour.

CBT is an evidence-based therapy, this means it has been studied and tested rigorously. It is recommended by the National institute of Health care and Excellence for a number of different conditions both mental health such as anxiety and depression and also long term health conditions such as irritable bowel syndrome.

Working with therapists that are accredited by the BABCP will ensure extensive knowledge that is continually being updated.

Acceptance and Commitment therapy (ACT) is a psychotherapy that gets its names from one of the core messages, accept what is in our personal control, and commit to action that improves and enriches your life. It features heavily throughout our courses and techniques such as values-based activities and mindfulness will be utilized to maximise potential to live a life aligned to personal values associated with lifestyle and diet.

A number of techniques and interventions are used from other therapies; however, CBT is at the core of our courses.



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Mon: 1000 - 1600

Tue 1500 - 1900
Fri: 0900 - 1300

Email: info@cbtdiettrap.co.uk

Located in England, UK