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CBT can help you a lot

Cognitive-behavioral therapy emerged through the American psychiatrist and professor known as the father of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy Aaron Temkin Beck, in the 60s.

 

By analyzing the name of this therapy, we can see that the therapy is related to psychotherapy because it is a treatment that aims at mental improvement. Cognitive refers to our cognitive functions, our way of thinking, the mental process we use to refer to a given situation. And behavior refers to our way of behaving in the world in which we are inserted. Aaron Beck noticed that many of his depressed patients had difficulty noticing their emotions. He then observed that many of them had negative thoughts and that was why the depressive symptoms remained. That's when, instead of treating the symptoms, he began to treat his patients' thoughts. Aaron Beck states that “it is not the situation itself that determines what a person feels, but how he interprets a situation”. That's why CBT focuses not on events, but on the thoughts that events stimulate.

 

Through Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, we will help you to understand not only that your way of thinking can be more positive, but also that those thoughts that disturb you, that harm you, that limit you in different ways, no longer need to have space inside your mind, in your life. In this way we will help you to eliminate those negative thoughts for good and we will help you to replace those negative thoughts with positive thoughts, healthier thoughts, empowering thoughts, happier thoughts.

 

Treatment through Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy has been used for a long time to treat various disorders. It is a very effective treatment. Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy will help you change your life. We will help you to feel good about yourself, to feel free, to feel happier. Because you deserve to be happy!

How CBT can help you
  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

  • Schizophrenia Spectrum and Other Psychotic Disorders

  • Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD)

  • Anxiety Disorders

  • Depressive Disorders

  • Suicidal Thoughts

  • Sleep-Wake Disorders (Difficulty Sleeping)

  • Bipolar Disorder

  • Borderline Personality Disorders

  • Antisocial Personality Disorder

  • Obsessive-Compulsive Disorders

  • Eating Disorders (Overweight and Weight Loss)

  • Sexual Dysfunctions

  • Panic Syndrome

  • Fears and Phobias

  • Shyness and Insecurity

  • Trauma- and Stressor-Related Disorders

  • Neurodevelopmental Disorders

  • Addictions

  • Aggressiveness

  • Memory and Studies

  • Limiting Beliefs

  • Among many other discomforts that afflict the mind and body that together we can cure

To learn more about Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, watch the video below:

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