Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) emphasizes on your thoughts and emotions and how they affect your behavior. Our clinical psychologist will ask you to focus on your thoughts, attitudes, and beliefs. CBT can be used to address bipolar disorder, anxiety disorders, substance abuse disorders, depressive disorder, dual diagnosis, and more.
Once identified, people undergoing treatment for substance abuse will develop coping skills that they can use to eliminate destructive thoughts, behaviors, and emotions. At every session, the therapist will give you short-term and long-term goals.
After the CBT sessions end, you will have more control over your behaviors. You can use the skills you learned in the sessions and practiced in real-life to deal with challenging feelings and thoughts in a more constructive manner than before.
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