Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a type of mental and behavioral health treatment that is utilized for a variety of issues.
Our therapists use an array of different types of modalities to treat mental and behavioral issues depending upon your diagnosis. Our group practice therapists work as a team, collaborating to promote the best possible outcomes for our clients. The most common modality is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy or CBT.
Often used to treat: Depression, Anxiety Disorders, Alcohol and Drug Abuse, Marital Problems, Eating Disorders, and Mental Illness.
Remedies: Corrects distorted ways of thinking, breaks bad habits, aids in coping with psychological issues, minimizing mental illness symptoms, enhances, and provides an opportunity for a more productive life.
- Cognitive – Sometimes, we develop unhealthy ways of thinking. Problems sometimes relate to unrealistic or irrational patterns of thought. Through CBT, our licensed clinicians will assist you in developing appropriate methods of thought.
- Behavioral – At times, you may react to situations based upon fear. Instead of facing fear, you develop unhealthily behavioral tendencies that cause undue stress and anxiety. Your therapist can create roleplaying scenarios for you to prepare you for situations before they occur. Another coping mechanism is to be able to calm oneself, body, and mind, which will aid you in measured responses to situations as they are happening.