CBT

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Do you ever notice how you talk to yourself? “I’m so stupid.” “I can’t do anything right.” Cognitive Behavioral Therapy helps you to start identifying these negative thought patterns and allows you to shift your thinking. Quite often we have faulty core beliefs about ourselves and others. 

 

With CBT, first using mindfulness techniques we identify our thought distortions. After that, we start learning to challenge those distortions. With CBT we also focus on our behaviors that can have a negative impact on our lives.

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CBT is great to help people struggling with anxiety, depression, self-esteem and relational problems. It’s a practical therapy that focuses on current stressors and ways to problem solve and move through these problems.

 

Interested in Cognitive Behavioral therapy with one of our skilled clinicians? Contact us today to learn more.