Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

About our Program

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is a therapeutic and evidenced-based support for individuals who are experiencing difficulties with negative thoughts that impact on their quality of life.

CBT has been demonstrated to be effective for individuals who present with issues such as anxiety, depression, anger, and/or relationships.

Our CBT program is specifically designed to support children, adolescents and young adults who also present with additional needs such as Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) or Autism.

Individual CBT Sessions

The program is designed to meet the specific needs of the individual, through an initial assessment of needs and the individualisation of a therapeutic plan. After the initial assessment, individuals are invited to attend between 5-15 sessions where the individual is taught the skills to support themselves through the current situation as well as to tools to use for future challenges. CBT benefits individuals to gain control over their thoughts. It empowers individuals to challenge assumptions, use positive self-talk and develop effective coping strategies to deal with life challenges.

Across 5 to 15 Individualized Sessions, we work on building:

  • Skills to Support individuals through difficult situations

  • Tools and strategies to use for future challenges

  • Please contact us directly for an appointment : +41 (0) 22 788 21 02



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Our Psychologist

Nora Geppert


Nora holds a B.Sc. in Psychology with French from the University of Aberdeen and an M.Sc in Clinical psychology from the University of Geneva.

She is a qualified FSP psychologist and currently works as a child and adolescent cognitive-behavioral therapist in the private cabinet Pôle Positif and at the university hospital of Geneva (HUG). There, she provides diagnostic assessments and offers individual and group therapy plus parental guidance in French, English, and German.

Nora joined ASK in 2018. She is currently a co-facilitator of the after school Social Skills Programs and delivers individual CBT sessions at ASK. During school holidays, Nora has been working at ASK day camps as a group facilitator of the Friendship Group, working with children with higher developmental needs who are on the autism spectrum and/or have other neurodevelopmental disorders.