Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)


CBT helps patients learn to identify, question, and change how their thoughts, attitudes, and beliefs affect their emotional and behavioral reactions. CBT reduces emotional problems by teaching patients to identify distortions in their thoughts and work on their thinking by looking at situations from different viewpoints.

Evidence shows that CBT is particularly effective in treating anxiety and depression. CBT also treats generalized anxiety disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, panic disorder, posttraumatic stress disorder, and specific phobias.

CBT is problem-focused and goal-oriented. It is based on a proactive and collaborative approach between therapist and client. We help you to gain strategies and skills to work on your thoughts, attitudes, and beliefs with CBT to live a more peaceful and happier life.

Reframe your problems and make them into opportunities to heal and live a happier life.