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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

CBT is a evidence-based therapy that focuses on changing negative thought patterns and behaviors to improve mental health and well-being.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy can help with:

  • Anxiety and panic attacks
  • Depression and feelings of hopelessness
  • Chronic stress and worry
  • Low self-esteem and self-criticism
  • Perfectionism and fear of failure
  • Relationship difficulties
  • Insomnia and other sleep problems
  • Anger management issues
  • Phobias and irrational fears
  • Eating disorders and body image concerns
  • Substance abuse and addictive behaviors
  • Children, youths and adults

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How does CBT Therapy Help

In Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), clients benefit from various techniques aimed at promoting mental health and well-being.

  1. Cognitive restructuring helps identify and challenge negative thought patterns, fostering more balanced thinking.
  2. Behavioral activation encourages engagement in enjoyable activities to boost mood and motivation.
  3. Relaxation techniques, such as deep breathing and progressive muscle relaxation, reduce stress and anxiety.
  4. Exposure therapy gradually exposes individuals to feared situations to build confidence.
  5. Problem-solving skills and assertiveness training equip clients with practical strategies for addressing challenges in daily life and expressing themselves effectively.
  6. Mindfulness practices cultivate present-moment awareness, reducing rumination and improving emotional regulation.
  7. Homework assignments reinforce learning and promote progress outside of therapy sessions.

The best clients to work with using CBT are those who are motivated to actively participate in therapy and are open to learning new skills. They are willing to engage in self-reflection and are committed to making positive changes in their thoughts, behaviors, and emotions. Additionally, clients who are experiencing issues such as anxiety, depression, stress, or relationship difficulties can benefit greatly from CBT, as it provides practical tools and techniques to address these challenges effectively. Overall, individuals who are ready to take an active role in their own healing and growth are ideal candidates for CBT therapy. Contact us to find out more today.

Therapists who can support using CBT:

  • Christina Hong
  • Priscilla Lee
  • Lizzie Smith