Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT)
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy is a relatively short-term, active treatment for a wide range of mental health issues including depression, anxiety, anger, loneliness, panic attacks, perfectionism, procrastination, discomfort in social situations, and self-criticism.
Why Cognitive Behaviour Therapy?
CBT has been found to be an effective form of treatment for children, adolescents, and adults through decades of clinical trials. The focus of treatment is on identifying how you are thinking, feeling, and behaving in your daily life and then understanding how each dimension of these thoughts, emotions, and behaviours impact one another.
CBT helps people identify patterns of biases in their thinking and provides guidance on how to change these distortions that are negatively impacting their mood and/or behaviour.
CBT is an empowering treatment that encourages you to test out ways to challenge negative patterns of thought or behaviour in between sessions, during real-life situations and stressors, so that you can increase your competency and sense of efficacy in dealing with emotional issues on your own.
Identifying and Changing Negative Thought Patterns
CBT helps individuals to recognize negative thoughts and beliefs that are contributing to their emotional distress, and then to challenge and change those thoughts to more balanced and realistic perspectives.
CBT can help individuals to understand how their thoughts and behaviors are impacting their relationships and teach them how to communicate more effectively and develop healthier relationships.
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What is Cognitive Behavıoral Therapy?
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a form of psychotherapy that examines the link between one’s thoughts, emotions and actions. The objective of CBT is to assist individuals in recognizing and altering negative thought patterns and behaviors, in order to enhance their emotional and mental well-being.
How Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Can Help You?
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a form of psychotherapy that aims to help individuals identify and change negative patterns of thinking and behavior, which can lead to an improvement in emotional and mental well-being. By focusing on the relationship between thoughts, feelings and behaviors, CBT helps individuals to recognize negative thoughts and beliefs that are causing distress and teaches them how to challenge and change those thoughts to more balanced and realistic perspectives.
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