Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is an evidence based approach  recommended by medical professionals. It is used to address a wide range of specific issues including anxiety, eating disorders, self-esteem, anger, addiction, chronic pain and depression. By focusing on the way people think and act, CBT addresses the emotional and physical feelings to help develop positive behaviours. With years of research, CBT is a widely accepted and effective way to manage and treat these various issues.

How does CBT work?

The first step is finding the root of the problem in order to develop appropriate skills to overcome the issue. With guidance, you will develop skills that help manage the problem and regain control over situations. By practicing techniques, you develop patterns that eventually become part of your daily routine.

What can I expect from CBT?

You will set goals with your therapist and work towards achieving them by practicing the methods and solutions you develop together. The tools that you develop will be specific to your particular situation and are built to effectively address the issues at hand.

Is CBT an effective treatment?

CBT is proven to be one of the most effective treatments for anxiety and depression along with issues that are related to these root causes. CBT can be as or more effective than antidepressants, depending on the individual.

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