Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
Real Therapy. Real results
Our Cardiff CBT Service is led by Jane Muston, she is accredited with the BABCP as a CBT therapist, trainer and supervisor. Jane is also Clinical Director at Efficacy. We endeavour to provide high quality Cognitive behavioural therapy services in the Cardiff area. We are also pleased to introduce our new therapist, Dr Tina Alwyn.
Jane is one of the Clinical Directors at Efficacy and works in partnership with Lee Grant who founded Efficacy in 2003. She continues to work as a Cognitive Behavioural Consultant and provides therapy to individuals and groups whilst leading the service provision at Efficacy.
Jane has provided consultancy to Kings College, London and was the Programme Director and lecturer practitioner for undergraduate and post graduate CBT courses. She now concentrates on training and enhancing the knowledge of therapists within Efficacy.
Jane has 12 years experience of working as a Senior CBT Therapists and managing CBT Services in different clinical settings in both primary and secondary care.
Jane co-authored the NHS national curriculum for IAPT High Intensity CBT therapy training in 2008. Click here for details.
Jane’s specialist interests are working with anxiety and mood disorders including low self esteem and trauma work. She has vast experience of working with survivors of childhood sexual abuse and of working with people on the autistic spectrum; in particular Aspergers syndrome.
Jane is committed to the to the training and development of CBT practitioners which is reflected in her role at Kings College, along with the clinical supervision she provides to BABCP accredited therapists.
Dr Tina Alwyn is a Chartered Health Psychologist and a CBT therapist. She has worked with people experiencing depression and anxiety disorders, including panic disorder, social anxiety, health anxiety, phobias and generalised anxiety.
Tina has worked for many years in the addiction field developing and implementing effective treatments for alcohol and other substance use. She has worked with people who are dependent on alcohol or substances and those who want to reduce their consumption. She also has experience working with people who have problems as a result of gambling.
Tina has been involved in the development of policy to increase access to psychological therapies for mental health and is interested in the experiences of people who access mental health services.