Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) focuses on your current problems and how to solve them. Both of us need to be actively involved in this process. I’ll help you identify and change habits of thinking which may be undermining and limiting. As importantly you’ll learn to change your relationship to your thoughts, emotions, and sensations and become less controlled by them. In addition, CBT targets problematic behaviors. We’ll collaborate to develop and implement alternative, constructive ways of responding to internal and external triggers. A more comfortable, productive, and expansive life is the frequent outcome of a course of CBT.
You can expect me to to be interactive, solution-focused, and goal-directed. Therapy will entail homework assignments, structured exercises, and specific behaviors to practice each week. You’ll find that CBT is straightforward and “makes sense.”
According to the National Institute of Mental Health, when it come to anxiety disorders, “CBT has been well studied and is the gold standard.”
Virtually all authoritative agencies, associations, and organizations have come to the same conclusion. (Check out the Resources page in the menu above for more info).
I invite you to contact me today. I would be happy to discuss how I would be able to help.