CBT Therapy

What is CBT?

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a form of psychotherapy that provides individuals with practical tools and strategies to address their challenges and achieve lasting positive change. It has gained wide recognition as an effective form of psychotherapy for individuals experiencing a wide range of mental health concerns.

CBT helps individuals identify and change negative thought patterns. Doing so empowers people to develop a more positive and realistic outlook. This shift in thinking enables individuals to effectively manage anxiety, depression, and other mental health conditions.

CBT helps equip people with a wide range of coping skills and problem-solving techniques. By teaching actual strategies, CBT helps individuals build resilience and enhance their ability to cope with stressors and real-world setbacks.

The Benefits of CBT

One of the key benefits of CBT is its focus on understanding and managing emotions. Through CBT, we learn to identify and regulate our emotions in healthy ways, reducing the risk of overwhelming emotional responses.

CBT encourages individuals to be actively engaged in the therapy process. Individuals set goals, identify problem areas, and actively work towards desired outcomes. This active involvement fosters a sense of empowerment and ownership over their mental health journey. This can increase motivation and improve the likelihood of successful outcomes.

Very importantly, CBT seeks to uncover and address the underlying root causes of mental health issues. By exploring the connections between thoughts, emotions, and behaviors, CBT helps individuals gain insight into the factors contributing to their difficulties.

What issues does CBT treat?

CBT is used to help treat a wide range of mental health conditions, including: anxiety disorders, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), eating disorders, and substance abuse.

If you’d like us to show you how CBT can help you find new peace, set up a free phone consultation today.

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Note: We do not accept any of the following: Kaiser Permanente, Bright Health, Medicare, or TriCare.
Note: Our providers do not prescribe or manage medication. For help with medication, please visit our friends at https://www.axismh.com/


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Denver, CO 80224

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Note: We do not accept any of the following: Bright Health, Medicare, or TriCare.
Note: Our providers do not prescribe or manage medication. For help with medication, please visit our friends at https://www.axismh.com/