Cognitive behavioral therapy or more commonly known as CBT is a simple yet very effective type of talk therapy. During a cognitive behavioral therapy session, you will need to have an open conversation with your mental health counselor in a more structured manner.
With the help of CBT, I can help you become more aware of the way you think, especially if your thoughts are more negative than positive. This will help you challenge your lifestyle, your thought processes, and your mentality and help you view your life situations more clearly and act effectively on them.
CBT can help treat mental disorders like depression, anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), and more. However, it is not necessary to have a mental disorder for you to benefit from the therapy as it can also help people simply better manage the stressful and traumatic situation of their life.
What can you expect from me as your cognitive behavioral therapist?
As a cognitive behavioral therapist, I can help you treat a wide range of mental and emotional ailments by quickly helping you recognize and cope with specific challenges in your life.
Help deal with mental illnesses like Depression, Anxiety disorders, Phobias, PTSD, Sleep disorders, Eating disorders, OCD, and Substance Abuse
Prevent a relapse of mental illness symptoms
Learn effective techniques to cope with various life problems and manage your emotions
Resolve relationship conflicts and learn better ways to communicate
Learn how to cope with grief, loss and overcome emotional trauma