Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) is used to demystify irrational beliefs and modify behaviors that cause a lack of confidence, social problems, and trouble achieving success. In a step-by-step manner, a CBT therapist helps implement practical strategies that promote solution-oriented beliefs and behaviors. Among the many issues treated with CBT are anger management, addiction, social anxiety, panic disorders, sexual dysfunction, and self-harming behaviors. Invariably, people who consistently apply CBT skills participate more fully in life.
CBT is used for:
Anger management, substance abuse, eating disorders, smoking cessation, negative thinking, relationship issues, sexual dysfunction, and anxiety disorders