Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

One helpful tool in treating mental health conditions is known as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, often abbreviated as CBT. CBT is an evidenced-based therapy modality. This means research has found it to be effective in treating mental health conditions, and because of this, it is often covered by health insurance.

This modality is effective in treating a wide variety of mental health conditions including anxiety, depression, stress, adjustment disorder, panic disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder, and trauma.

What is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy?

CBT focuses on the critical and complex connection between thoughts, behaviors, and emotions. Through an in-depth and professional look at this connection, individuals can develop a stronger understanding of it and therefore better navigate situations in life.

This modality often includes identifying and challenging “cognitive distortions” which are negative thought patterns that can impact your emotions or behaviors. In addition, CBT frequently integrates exploration of healthy coping strategies and behaviors to improve emotions.

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Our licensed therapists have years of experience successfully implementing CBT into their sessions. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy provides the client with a ‘toolkit’ for dealing with problems, an empowering advantage if you feel like you’ve been making it up as you go.

Women's Integrative Counseling of North Carolina

At Women's Integrative Counseling, we advocate for women to prioritize their mental and emotional well-being through an integrative approach. Our team of compassionate therapists is dedicated to offering personalized guidance tailored specifically to your unique needs. Schedule your free consultation with us today to take the initial step towards a brighter tomorrow.

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