Cognitive Behavior Therapy Works!
Cognitive behavior therapy is a clinically proven to work. Hundreds of studies make it clear why cognitive behavior therapy has become the preferred treatment for conditions such as these . . .
- Social anxiety
- Panic attacks
- Obsessions and compulsions
- Chronic anxiety
- Post-traumatic stress symptoms
- Eating disorders and obesity
- Difficulty staying in relationships
- Problems with relationships
- Job, career, school difficulties
- Feeling “stressed out”
- Poor self-esteem
- Poor coping skills,
- Procrastination and “passive aggression”
- Substance abuse
- Feelings such as anger, sadness, fear, guilt, shame, eagerness, excitement, etc., within bounds
Just what is Cognitive behavior therapy? How does it work? Need support click here
CBT combines two very effective kinds of psychotherapy — cognitive therapy and behavior therapy.
Behavior therapy helps you weaken the connections between troublesome situations and your habitual reactions to them. It also teaches you how to calm your mind and body, so you can feel better, think more clearly, and make good decisions.
Cognitive therapy teaches you how certain thinking patterns are not working for you.
CBT and behavior therapy provide you with very powerful tools for stopping your symptoms .
In CBT, your therapist takes an active part in solving your problems. In many ways cognitive behavior therapy is more like education, coaching or tutoring. Session can be fun and informative.
Under a therapists guidance, as a cognitive behavior therapy client you will share in setting treatment goals and in deciding which techniques work best for you personally.
The main thing is CBT works! I have been teaching clients how to deal with their emotion and think in a way that does not cause so much stress! There is always another window to look out of. We need to take off our sun glasses and see things with the light of reason.
The truth will set us free!