Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a form of psychological treatment that has been proven to be effective in treating a wide range of mental health problems.

Numerous Research studies suggest CBT leads to significant improvements in functioning and quality of life.

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CBT is often utilized in treatment programs designed to help you meet your mental health goals and overcome substance abuse.

CBT can be beneficial in outpatient treatment or sober living environments and a more intensive setting. CBT results in helping the client in the following areas:

  • Goal setting
  • Building Self Esteem
  • Overcoming obsessive thoughts and compulsions present in substance use disorders.
  • Aid in the processing of traumatic experiences
    Change thought patterns around childhood trauma.
  • Provide clients with new skill sets and tools for self-advocacy.
  • Assist clients in the maintenance of long-term recovery.