Live a happier life without the side effects of medication. Feel better about yourself and your life by changing the way you think about certain events. Studies show that CBT works as well as medication in non-psychotic disorders.
- CBT sessions have structure, focus on change, and teach life-long skills
- Take a more open, mindful and aware posture
- Make your life exciting and enjoyable by learning to think differently.
What is depression and how can CBT help?
What is Depression?
- sad mood
- loss of interest in pleasure
- lack of self-worth
- excessive guilt
- feeling like a burden to others
- sleeping too much or not enough
- significant appetite changes
- reduction in sexual interest
- low energy and fatigue
- lasts two weeks or longer
- most of the day, most days
- longer periods last years (this could be dysthymia)
Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment for Depression
- daily routines
- increased pleasurable activities
- learning how thinking affects your mood
- logging your moods, including times of joy
- changing depressive thinking patterns
- increasing realistic views of the world
- building supportive relationships
CBT can also help with Anxiety, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Marital Problems, Oppositional & Disruptive Behaviors in Children, and so much more.