How do I know if CBT therapy is right for me?
- You recognize your thoughts are unhelpful, but you can’t control them
- You worry more than you would like
- Sometimes it seems like the worst case scenario is the most likely
- You would like help gaining control over your thoughts
- Some habits are difficult to break, and you would like help
- You feel as if you don’t always have control over your behaviors
- You are struggling with life’s challenges
It can be difficult when your thoughts and actions don’t align how you would like them to, and feel beyond your control. If you recognize yourself in one or more of the above symptoms, CBT can work for you.
We specialize in guiding you through these issues
What is CBT?
Cognitive Behavior Therapy, or CBT, is a research-based mode of therapy that focuses on increasing control of thoughts and behaviors. By developing insight into automatic thought patterns and core beliefs, CBT will develop tools to disrupt these negative patterns and reframe them into positive, healthy patterns. Healthy patterns can result in higher self-esteem, better relationships, increased desire and motivation, and new goals. You will discover how your behaviors are the result of ways you have adapted to past events and what their impact on your present life. This, along with the new skills you will learn, will empower you to make healthy decisions and see yourself and the world around you in a new light. CBT tools will create happier and more adaptive thought patterns to energize you from the stuck places into a new normal where you will be better adapted to create the life you want.
How can CBT help me?
With CBT you will:
- Learn the relationship between thoughts, behaviors, and emotions
- Have greater control over your life
- Free yourself from old thought patterns, beliefs, and behaviors
- Replace negative thoughts with more positive ones
- Learn tools and techniques to deal with challenging situations
- Develop strategies to better care for yourself
CBT is a proven and effective therapy for many issues, such as anxiety and panic attacks, depression, PTSD, obsessive-compulsive disorder, eating issues, and more. You are not alone, and there is hope.
If this resonates with you, all of our therapists are equipped to help. Click here to meet our therapists.