At CEKTOS we specialise in metacognitive therapy to treat mental disorders in children, adolescents and adults.
We research treatment methods, publish books, educate professionals and treat a wide range of clients using metacognitive therapy.
Are you a professional?
CEKTOS provide education and training courses, educating you to the highest level on par with some of the world’s leading experts in metacognitive therapy.
Are you a client?
CEKTOS offer therapy (with or without GP referral). We offer individual counselling as well as Metacognitive Group Therapy Programmes.
If you are looking for help quickly, we recommend private or insurance paid individual counselling at one of our clinics in Copenhagen, Aarhus or Næstved. As an alternative to individual counselling, we also offer Group Metacognitive Therapy Programmes. These are now also available in English. Hundreds of satisfied clients have benefitted from our popular Group Metacognitive Therapy Programmes, which in just six weeks provide clients with tools to alleviate symptoms of depression, PTSD, OCD and anxiety.
For further information about group or individual sessions, please contact our Secretary, Tina Steenberg Moll by writing to firstname.lastname@example.org
The particular Group Metacognitive Therapy process has been developed in collaboration with Professor Adrian Wells and the results are indeed promising. Several thousand people have participated in group sessions and research show that Group Metacognitive Therapy has proven even more effective than individual therapy.
Feel better – faster
Metacognitive Therapy is a new way of treating psychological problems. The therapy is a short-term treatment focussing on minimizing certain mental strategies which backfire resulting in symptoms such as anxiety , OCD, PTSD and depression. These strategies primarily consist of overthinking, rumination, threat monitoring and thought-avoidance.
A Metacognitive Treatment Programme will normally last between 5-8 sessions. During these individual sessions, you will regain thought control. Disorders such as stress, anxiety, obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) or depression are all fuelled by particular styles of thinking. You will learn to relate to your thoughts in a different way, which will allow you to spend less time ruminating and worrying. Most people experience that this change improves their overall quality of life by enhancing the ability to focus on meaningful life experiences rather than on symptoms and negative thoughts.