Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a short-term type of psychotherapy blended with behavioral therapy. Typically, the process takes about five to ten months with sessions once a week that last about 50 minutes. The focus is that how one thinks effects how one feels. If someone can change the way they think about certain events, … Read moreCognitive Behavioral Therapy

How Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Works

Cognitive behavioral therapy can help correct many mental health difficulties from addiction to bad habits. It is a step by step process to bring behavior into perspective with thought processes. An example includes when you pick at scabs to a point which is dangerous to your health. The medical term for this is excoriation and … Read moreHow Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Works

3 Benefits of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy

Behaviors are the result of feelings, and feelings are the result of thoughts. Thus, if you can begin to change the way you think, you can inevitably change your behavior. This is the basic principle behind cognitive-behavioral therapy. Your cognitive state and your behavior are connected. Undesired behaviors, such as anxiety or depression, can then … Read more3 Benefits of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy