Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a tool to help you understand and manage the way you think, feel, and act. It’s like a roadmap to navigate through your thoughts and emotions.

In CBT, we will work together to identify any negative thought patterns that might be affecting how you feel or behave. These thoughts can sometimes be automatic and not always accurate. Once we pinpoint them. We can change and reframe them into more realistic and positive ones.

We’ll also explore how your thoughts connect with your emotions and actions. It’s like unraveling a chain reaction-changing one link can impact the whole sequence. By becoming aware of these connections, you gain more control over your responses to different situations.

CBT is practical, so we’ll set specific goals and work on practical strategies to achieve them. It’s not just understanding; it’s about making real, positive changes in your daily life. It’s a collaborative process where your insights and efforts play a crucial role.

So, think of CBT as a toolkit for personal growth, helping you build a more positive and effective way of thinking and living.
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