Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a problem-focused therapy. It explores the links between your thoughts, emotions, and behavior. The goal is to understand and eliminate unhealthy and irrational thoughts and behaviors on a conscious level. You will become aware of inaccurate or negative thinking. This will help you view challenging situations with a clearer view. Your responses will become more positive and productive for your well-being.
CBT can be an effective tool to help anyone learn how to better manage the stress in our lives.
CBT therapy is built on three levels of cognition.
There are five interconnected areas that affect one another. They are:
CBT is a hands-on, practical approach to problem-solving. You’ll focus on the cognitive processes that produce feelings. You’ll learn to understand the thoughts, images, beliefs, and attitudes. And then you are better equipped to implement positive behavior.
CBT allows you to interrupt the negative thoughts that you have had for most of your life. You can correct the misinterpretations and the day-to-day disruptions in your life.
CBT is beneficial for:
Pathways Counseling Services counselors are professionally trained in CBT. They will use their skills and knowledge to help you find your best, healthy life. Call us today for more information or a free fifteen-minute call with one of our counselors.