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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy in Treating Mental Health

Cognitive behavioral therapy is a form of psychotherapy based on the idea that individual perception has a greater connection to their reaction rather than the situation which caused it. The purpose of CBT is to help people overcome their harmful, repeati…

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Six Reasons Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Can Work For You

Rest assured that when we say Cognitive Behavioral Therapy works, we mean it. While the list of reasons to try this therapy is long and varied, we have listed 6 specific ones that we think might interest you. After reading this list, you will see that Cog…

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Change Your Thinking with Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Most humans, in some form or another, experience changes, and challenges in their mental states at some point in their lives. However, the tools, and resources for navigating these changes aren't always in front of our faces for us to utilize them. Also, …

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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy 101

As more and more Americans search for mental health help for themselves or their loved ones, they are often confronted by the idea of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) which is a common type of talk therapy. Many therapists are recommending it to patient…

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Identifying Faulty Thinking Styles Using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (Exercise Included)

One of the basic premises of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is what you think will affect how you feel and what you do. Your thoughts, feelings, and behavior are connected. Changing your behavior could be as simple as changing your thoughts about a situatio…

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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: Improving Self-Talk

​How do you talk to yourself? Are you too hard on yourself or overly critical? What does being too critical even sound like with self-talk? There are many layers and components to Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, but one of the most powerful aspects centers …

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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: Altering Distressing Thoughts and Emotions

​Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a solution-based type of psychotherapy that counselors use to disrupt a patient's negative emotions, thoughts, and behaviors. Although CBT can assists individuals with different types of issues, this form of therapy …

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