Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust (GMMH) and The University of Manchester (UoM) are delighted to announce that MCT-PATHWAY...
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Learning MCT has given me a powerful tool to treating patients with all kinds of disorders. I feel that I finally know something that really works and I have gone from talking to people to really treating them with success. I love this!
My colleagues and I found that patients benefited hugely from the group therapy, with patients reporting that attending the group MCT supported them in overcoming the psychological barriers that were preventing them from resuming normal activities.
The group sessions helped me to stop spiralling with destructive thoughts, it made me be able to acknowledge any negative thoughts that I had but not go down a damaging rabbit hole.
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Frequently asked questions about Metacognitive Therapy
Metacognitive Therapy (MCT) is an effective evidence-based talking therapy. It regulates the thinking patterns and behaviours (e.g., worrying, rumination, and threat monitoring) that keep anxiety and depression going.
It aims to reduce this pattern by mapping out and modifying underlying psychological factors (metacognitions, thoughts about thoughts) that are involved in the regulation of thinking.