Adult Cognitive Behavior Therapy

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Cognitive Behavior therapy

Cognitive Behavior Therapy for adults is short-term therapy treatment. CBT focuses on your thoughts, behaviors, and mood which are all connected and affect one another. Cognitive Behavior Therapy will help you identify goals that are most important to you and conquer barriers that get in your way. With CBT, you will get better and stay better.

How does Cognitive Behavior therapy work?

CBT uses a problem-specific, goal-oriented approach. It centers on your current challenges, conceptions, and behaviors. It is also a time-structured form of therapy. You will know how long it will take and what to expect.

Troubles and difficulties arise from the meanings you give to incidents or events, as well as the events themselves. Unhelpful thoughts can make it difficult for you to function confidently in different situations. CBT can change that and will equip you with coping strategies that will help you deal with such unhelpful thoughts and difficult situations.

During your sessions with our Therapist at Mind institute, you will learn to:

  • Recognize your problems with clarity
  • Critique basic understanding that may be at fault
  • See the difference between facts and baseless thoughts
  • Comprehend how your past experience affects how you feel and what you believe today
  • See different perspectives
  • Understand other people’s behaviors
  • Think positively
  • Better understand your mood
  • Create achievable goals
  • Avoid generalizations and all-or-nothing thinking
  • Stop blaming yourself for everything
  • Face your fears rather than deny them

What can CBT treat?

  • Depression
  • Panic disorder
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
  • Generalized anxiety disorder (GAD)
  • Insomnia
  • Social phobia
  • Anger management
  • Marital conflict
  • Substance abuse and addiction
  • Dental phobia
  • Eating disorders

Typically, psychotherapy focuses on the past to understand and treat current situations. By contrast, Cognitive Behavior Therapy focuses on current thoughts and beliefs, identifies them, challenges them, and changes your perception. CBT will change your way of thinking, decrease your distress level, and help you function in a positive way that will help you and the people around you. Cognitive Behavior Therapy is a unique form of Psychotherapy that has been scientifically found to be successful in hundreds of clinical trials for several disorders.

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