Cognitive Behavior Therapy
Targeting thoughts and behavior to impact how you feel
What is CBT?
Cognitive Behavior Therapy is a type of therapy that looks at how your thoughts and behaviors are impacting how you feel and how to change your thoughts and behaviors to alter that impact.
CBT has gone through three “waves” of development – behavioral, cognitive, and mindfulness and acceptance. Here at the CBT/DBT Center we are familiar with all 3 waves and use practices from each, so that you get the treatment that will be most effective for your situation.
Who is CBT for?
You might be struggling with things like
- Fears that stop you from living the life you want to live
- Feeling down and hopeless
- Frequent worrying and nervousness
- Low energy and motivation
You might even have turned to things like
- Panic attacks
- Difficulty getting to work or school
- Limited social relationships
If you are experiencing any of the above symptoms, for any reason, we can help.
The common thread for people who benefit from CBT is
people who are struggling with their mental health and want things to get better soon.
While CBT is a type of treatment that we offer, there are many subtypes of CBT. You can learn more about other subtypes that we offer by clicking the links below