Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Not to be confused with cognitive rehab, cognitive behavioral therapy is a form of psychotherapy designed to help a client overcome a specific problem (or problems). For example, many people find themselves suffering from depression, anxiety or catastrophic thinking after a neuro trauma. Our therapists work with clients on awareness of the negative or unproductive thinking that causes these issues. Cognitive behavioral therapy is an effective therapeutic tool to help clients learn to both control their own thinking and behavior and even to manage stress.