Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) assists in identifying and changing unproductive thought patterns by having you observe your thoughts and feelings. You will become better able to separate realistic from unrealistic and distorted thoughts. Cognition, or thinking, drives our emotions, beliefs, and behaviors. Therefore, faulty thoughts lead to faulty and distressing feelings and behaviors. With CBT, you will be better able to lessen anxiety, depression, worry, rumination, and racing thoughts. 

Many of my patients are surprised to find that they can control their previously often negative mental activities. Cognitive behavioral therapy protocols exist for all major mental, emotional, and behavioral disorders. Cognitive behavioral therapy aims to correct distorted thinking while effectively reducing symptoms in most patients, as many studies have shown.