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Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is a type of psychotherapeutic treatment that helps you understand the thoughts and feelings that influence behaviors. It is used to treat a wide range of disorders, including phobias, addictions, depression, and anxiety. Cognitive behavior therapy is generally short-term and focused therapy with a very specific problem. During the course of treatment, people learn how to identify and change destructive or disturbing thought patterns that have a negative influence on behavior and emotions.
The underlying concept behind CBT is that our thoughts and feelings play a fundamental role in our behavior. For example, a person who spends a lot of time thinking about plane crashes, runway accidents and other air disasters may find themselves avoiding air travel. One of the main focuses of cognitive behavioral therapy is on changing the automatic negative thoughts that can contribute to and exacerbate emotional difficulties, depression, and anxiety.
Our CBT sessions are highly goal-oreinted and focused and are customised as per your needs. Our experienced team of counselors and therapists will work with you personally and explain the entire process in detail for effective results.
Through the CBT session, you are directed to examine these negative thoughts and are encouraged to look at evidence from reality that either supports or refutes these thoughts. By doing this, you are able to take a more objective and realistic look at the thoughts that contribute to your feelings of anxiety and depression. By becoming aware of the negative and often unrealistic thoughts that dampen your feelings and moods, you will be able to start engaging yourself in healthier thinking patterns.
Our therapists will also use various techniques to help you overcome these thoughts like journaling, role-playing, relaxation techniques, and mental distractions.
During these sessions of CBT, you will learn to:
Cognitive behavior therapy is a tool where eventually you become your own therapist. It is based on your Thoughts/Feelings, Behavior and Actions.
This involves identifying the underlying irrational beliefs, actively challenging these beliefs, and finally learning to recognize and change these thought patterns.
This form of therapy involves identifying and changing inaccurate or distorted thinking patterns, emotional responses, and behaviors.
This form of CBT involves addressing psychological issues by addressing different modalities like behavior, affect, sensation, imagery, cognition, interpersonal factors.
This involves addressing thinking patterns and behaviors and incorporates strategies such as emotional regulation and mindfulness.