Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)


Cognitive Behavioral Therapy or CBT is a widely used therapy which focuses on the individual’s internal thought processes. In treatment, clients examine how their thoughts influence their emotions and actions. Clients learn about how common dysfunctional thinking patterns cause distress and contribute to self-destructive behaviors. Worksheets are regularly used to uncover these patterns and clients learn how to effectively challenge and change  their  thinking  to create  more  accurate  and  effective  thought patterns. The goal in CBT is to practice more balanced, realistic thinking in order to avoid unnecessary distress.  CBT is an effective treatment for depression,  anxiety,  OCD,  trauma,  eating disorders,  and  many  other 
diagnoses.

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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)