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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy


Do you ever notice how you talk to yourself? I’m so stupid. I can’t do anything right.


We often have faulty core beliefs about ourselves. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) helps you to start identifying these negative thought patterns and allows you to shift your thinking.  CBT is a widely recognized and effective form of psychotherapy that focuses on helping individuals identify and change negative thought patterns and behaviors.


CBT is based on the premise that our thoughts, feelings, and behaviors are interconnected, and by changing one, we can positively influence the others.

Using CBT, Bodhi's therapists work collaboratively with clients to help them understand how their thoughts and beliefs impact their emotions and actions. Through this understanding, individuals can learn to challenge and reframe negative or distorted thinking patterns. By doing so, they can develop healthier, more adaptive ways of thinking and behaving.

CBT is a goal-oriented therapy that typically involves a structured approach. You'll collaborate with your therapist to set specific, measurable goals for therapy, and sessions are focused on achieving these goals. This structured approach can help you stay motivated and track your progress throughout the therapy process.

One of the key strengths of CBT is its adaptability to a wide range of mental health issues. It has been found effective in treating conditions such as depression, anxiety disorders, phobias, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and eating disorders, among others. CBT can also be used to help individuals cope with stress, improve communication skills, and enhance self-esteem.

Overall, CBT is a highly effective and evidence-based approach to therapy that can empower you to take control of your thoughts and behaviors. It provides practical skills and strategies that can be applied in everyday life, leading to long-lasting positive changes and improved mental well-being.

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

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