Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a type of psychotherapy based on the science of learning. According to CBT, problematic thoughts, emotions, and behaviors have been learned from experience. CBT helps you unlearn them and replace them with healthier alternatives.

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Behavioral Analysis

In a behavioral analysis, you take a close look at specific situations in which you experience high levels of stress. You zoom in on your thoughts, feelings, and reactions, and thus achieve a better understanding of the underlying reasons for your stress.

Basic Human Needs

As children and young adults we develop different strategies to make sure our basic human needs are met. Sometimes these strategies prove problematic later in life. CBT helps you find healthy alternative strategies to satisfy your basic human needs.

Stress Management

Most problems, challenges, and disorders are exacerbated by stress. That is why it is so important to learn effective ways to relax. As part of your therapy you will develop a custom relaxation program tailored to your individual situation and needs.

If you think CBT is right for you, schedule your first appointment today.