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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

What is CBT used to treat?

Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is the most well researched therapy available, with over 500 studies demonstrating its effectiveness for numerous psychological and medical problems. CBT operates on the idea that thoughts, feeling/body sensations, and behaviors are interconnected, and focuses on helping you change your thoughts or relationship to them in order to feel better. By targeting your reactions to situations, CBT can help you react more effectively in challenging situations, and even learn to feel better when you are unable to change situations happening around you.
CBT is:​
  • Goal oriented
  • Active
  • Brief
  • Present-focused
  • Supportive
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