Our Approach

Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) is a form of psychotherapy based on the premise that thoughts, emotions and behaviors are interconnected. Treatment emphasizes identifying, evaluating and modifying dysfunctional thinking patterns and problematic behaviors to improve overall quality of life. An advantage of CBT is that it teaches strategies to cope more effectively regardless of whether a difficult situation changes.

CBT is a problem-focused, goal-oriented and proactive treatment approach, with particular emphasis on the present and future, as opposed to the past (although learned behaviors from past experiences may also be relevant). Collaboration and psychoeducation are key elements in guiding individuals to improved emotional well-being. Additionally, numerous research studies have found CBT to be an effective treatment approach for a variety of psychological problems, including mood, anxiety, eating, and personality disorders.

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