What is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy?
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a highly effective and popular evidenced-based treatment intervention that can help relieve a variety of symptoms such as: depression, anxiety, panic attacks, phobias, sleep disorders, anger, and substance abuse.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Goal
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy aims for change by helping clients observe the way they think and react to situations that cause emotional distress.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Effects
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy effects change by examining the facts of the situation, past patterns of thinking and reacting, and explores alternative ways of thinking and behavioral changes in addressing those distressing situations. We are sometimes unaware of other choices in how we perceive distressing situations and often we can become trapped in negative patterns of thinking and reacting. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy helps us to step-back from those distressing situations and examine them more objectively. We can then begin to shift away from ineffectual ways of coping with circumstances that often drain us (such as grief), and begin discovering more empowering ways of responding.
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