Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Cognitive behavioral therapy is a clinically proven method of psychotherapy used to treat a variety of issues including anxiety, depression, eating disorders, substance abuse, and attachment and personality disorders. It asks you to examine in great detail how you think and feel.
For example, issues like substance abuse or self-harm are a result of your thought processes and emotions, often developed unconsciously during childhood or as a result of trauma. We help you examine those thought processes and emotions. The goal is for you to find the reasons that lead to destructive behavior, then analyze them logically and replace them with new ways of thinking.
These valuable life skills help you develop more appropriate responses to relationships and life experiences that would have normally triggered destructive behavior.