Neuroaffective-CBT is a cognitive-behavioural method developed and refined over the last 12 years by Daniel Mirea, a senior CBT lecturer, writer and consultant psychotherapist. This model evolved alongside the latest generation of CB therapies, in response to a need to better understand and better respond to deeply rooted emotions that feel too complex or too confusing. Often such emotions are difficult to describe and may fall under the low self-esteem umbrella, shame or guilt. Such affects are equally difficult to investigate or diagnose as they cross over into so many psychiatric disorders. Although a new and innovative therapy, NA-CBT is rooted in years of research on cognitive-behavioural techniques like exposure, which have placed CBT in a completely different league when it comes to treatment outcomes.