Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

CBT aims to help clients identify the dysfunctional, negative thoughts they might be having. These thoughts have an impact on emotions, which can then trigger problem behaviors. Through therapy, clients will learn to identify negative thoughts, and restructure the thoughts in order to improve their ability to cope with stress, anxiety, and/or depression. Specific homework assignments are given to the client, and those assignments are then processed in the next session. CBT has been scientifically proven to reduce symptoms in clients who have depression and anxiety disorders. Using CBT, we treat the following disorders:


*Major Depressive Disorder 
*Generalized Anxiety Disorder 
*Panic Disorder 
*Obsessive Compulsive Disorder 
*Personality Disorders 
*Adjustment Disorder 
*Somatoform Disorders 
*Attention Deficit Disorders in teens and adults 
*Spectrum Disorders 
*Bipolar Disorder 
*Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

*Sexual Dysfunction Disorders

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