Chloe CoxPsychotherapist, MA, LMFT
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Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is a classic talk therapy technique that helps increase awareness of negative thinking in order to better handle challenging situations. In addition to helping those with mental health disorders (such as anxiety or depression), CBT is also helpful for anyone who is looking to learn how to manage stressful situations. Therapists that use CBT often have a structured program, which involves a set number of sessions. CBT is frequently paired with other treatments, such as medication, when necessary. Think this approach may be right for you? Reach out to one of TherapyDen’s CBT experts today.
Are you haunted by memories that keep you feeling trapped and confused? Perhaps you struggle to focus at school or work, losing time thinking about things you prefer to forget. Falling asleep is hard and sometimes when you do, the nightmares come. You may be feeling isolated and anxious, unsure who you can trust. Whether from a single incident trauma or a lifetime of traumatic events, you want to be freed from your past so that you can live your future with new hope and confidence.