Therapist Profile

Bronagh Webb MBACP Accred.: Cognitive Behavioural Therapist; Lecturer and Trainer in Psychology and Counselling

While working within Cross Community Groups promoting peace and reconciliation in Northern Ireland, Bronagh recognised a need for effective Counselling services and began her Counselling training. In 2009 she completed her Postgraduate Training in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy.

She has experience Lecturing in Psychology and Counselling across different therapeutic approaches and Organisations including: University of Ulster, South Eastern Regional College, Belfast Cognitive Therapy Centre and various community Groups. She is an accredited CPCAB tutor.

As well as offering individual CBT Psychotherapy, Bronagh develops specifically designed training and education packages for community organisations and groups. Working as part of a team of established Christian Counsellors, she recently helped integrate CBT strategies into a new programme for Faith Based Counselling which was awarded by the United Millenium Award Scheme in 2011.


Psychology, BA Hons; Cert. Person Centred Counselling; Dip. Pastoral Ministry Training (ACC); Postgraduate Diploma in Cognitive Therapy

Member of:

British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists.

Your Therapist:

I aim to offer a warm, supportive and safe space to help you make sense of any distress and to begin the process of change from worry to problem solving. I use standard CBT inventories to determine range and severity of any symptoms, and to direct the treatment interventions for different difficulties. This also helps to regularly monitor the progress of the therapy and to ensure you are getting a positive benefit from it.

Everyone is individual and it is important for me to provide you with the specific interventions, skills, strategies and exercises to best help you overcome your problems. These may include anything from progressive relaxation techniques, guided journalling, cognitive (thought) restructuring exercises to behavioural activities and goal setting. We work collaboratively to agree on what can be managed and what may be helpful during and in between sessions.

Having lectured in Counselling and Psychotherapy and practiced CBT for over ten years, my own learning has expanded to incorporate the most current
best practice according to peer reviewed research in the field.

This is a flexible approach and gains are made over time as tricky, often deeply embedded thinking habits are challenged using a variety of strategies. Therefore, much can be done between sessions- I liken it to “mental- physio” as in reality neuroplasticity means we can adjust mental habits as we can improve physical limitations. Some clients find fortnightly sessions work well within their time and budget, some prefer weekly.

If you would like more information please do not hesitate to get in touch.

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