COGNITIVE BEHAVIORAL THERAPY IN NEW YORK CITY
Learn new ways of thinking
to feel better.
CBT IN NYC
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy In New York City
What is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)?
As a result of our different life experiences, we may develop patterns of thinking that no longer serve us, or can even be counterproductive to our emotional health. These patterns of thinking impact the way we process and interpret things that happen to us and, in turn, the way we feel about these events and ourselves.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is an evidenced-based therapy modality that helps people examine and understand the reciprocal relationship between thoughts, feelings, and behaviors.
How does Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) work?
CBT puts you back in the driver’s seat of your thoughts.
The goal of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is to identify, challenge, and replace problematic and outdated thinking patterns and irrational thoughts that have been shown to contribute to patterns of unhealthy behavior and negative emotions.
By learning new ways of thinking and implementing practical tools learned in therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) can help people suffering from anxiety, depression, trauma, OCD, low self-esteem, relational struggles, and more.
THERAPISTS WHO CAN HELP
NYC Therapists Who Specialize in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
Connecting with the right therapist is the most important factor in your search. We’re here to help you find a great match.
Want to learn how Cognitive Behavioral Therapy can help?
CBT can help you:
Stop expecting the worst
Heighten your awareness to automatic thoughts
Challenge underlying assumptions
Distinguish between facts and irrational thoughts
Learn how past experiences influence your current feelings and beliefs
Explore a situation from a new perspective
Gain a better understanding of other people’s actions and motivations
Create a more positive way of thinking and seeing situations
Face your fears instead of avoiding them
Describe, accept, and understand instead of judging yourself or others
Become more aware of your mood and its impact
Establish and realize your goals
Avoid generalizations and all-or-nothing thinking
Stop taking the blame for everything
Focus on how things are rather than how you think they should be
Are you interested in cognitive behavioral therapy?
Get in touch today.
We help clients learn how to manage situations that activate unwanted feelings, catch and correct negative thinking, and manage relationship stressors and skills for taking action to enjoy life. To learn more about Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and how it can help, schedule a complimentary consultation.