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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy commonly known as CBT has been the basis of most of my client work. CBT is an effective form of therapy with a wide range of issues.  For example, mood, anxiety disorders, trauma, substance abuse, etc. 

CBT focuses on what is affecting the client in the present and what led to such difficulties. Efforts are made to change problematic behaviors while assisting the client in identifying negative thoughts called thought distortions.  Reevaluating the thought distortions within the context of the present reality.

CBT works by assisting the client in increasing self-awareness, implementing healthier behavior patterns, learning to identify and manage feelings effectively, and learning coping skills.  Many skills and strategies can be used. Often the client may have homework to support their progress.

For More Information on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, CLICK HERE.

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