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Parent-led CBT

What is Parent-led CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy) ?

Child Well-being Practitioners provide short-term interventions to parents and carers, in a 12-week programme, with sessions lasting between 1hr to 1hr 30 minutes, through a variety of virtual group-sessions and telephone support. The therapy is low-intensity, which means it does not interfere with day-to-day life, where possible.

The programme is for parents and carers who would like to support their child in overcoming their worries and anxieties, and requires participants to access an evidence-based workbook, which should be completed between sessions, to better aid their child’s progression. There is evidence that highlights this age group of children are less able to understand their own cognitions and physical sensations, hence the importance of alternative parent-led CBT support.

The service can be accessed by any parent or carer, with a child aged between 7 and 11 years old, with an East Riding of Yorkshire address. For further information on Parent-led CBT support contact