Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT Therapy) is grounded in the belief that a person’s perspective of an event- rather than the event itself influences what they believe to be true about themselves, contributing too “limiting beliefs”, such as but not limited too ” I am not good enough”, ” I don’t belong”, ” It’s my fault”, ” I am not lovable” etc… which then contributes to how ones feels (sad, angry, alone etc..), leads to or determines how he or she will act/behave in response (i.e. withdrawn, tendency to isolate, develop dependency issues, need to control, strive to be a perfectionist, experience racing thoughts, worry a lot, overthinking/overanalyzing)
If any of the above resonates with you, we encourage you to try the CBT approach to help you learn healthy coping strategies/skills that would allow you to learn how to adjust the thoughts that directly influence your emotions and behaviors. This adjustment process is referred to as cognitive reconstructing, which happens through different CBT techniques for instance, identifying negative self-talk and replacing negative self-talk with positive self-talk.
Through use of CBT Therapy, collaborative healing partners have been able to assist may individuals, couples and families address and learn how to manage the following:
substance dependency issues, codependency issues, panic attacks, anxiety, depression, phobias, obsessive compulsive disorders, anger management issues) just to name a few problems and or behavioral conditions that can be treated using CBT Therapy.
If you or someone you know, would like to learn more about how CBT can help, please give us a call or email us TODAY.