Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
What Types of Behaviors Does Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Treat?
Cognitive behavioral therapy is designed to change your way of thinking to help change specific behaviors you may have. Some of the conditions that can be treated with cognitive behavioral therapy include depression, anxiety disorders, phobias, post-traumatic stress disorder, eating disorders, sleep disorders and obsessive compulsive disorder. By taking a look at your behaviors, a therapist may be able to help you identify what causes the behaviors you experience and work with you to replace negative behaviors, such as breathing quickly and in a panic manner when you are anxious, with behaviors that are much more healthy and suitable, such as closing your eyes and taking deep breaths. This can help you to react in a healthy way and overcome the stress you may be experiencing in that anxiety-inducing moment. Wonder if cognitive behavioral therapy may be beneficial to you? Contact Human Integrated Performance to learn more today.
Change the Way You Think With Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Cognitive behavioral therapy is designed to change your way of thinking to help change specific behaviors you may have. There are many benefits to cognitive behavioral therapy which includes learning to become more rational instead of letting negative thoughts cloud your brain, you start to become more confident in yourself, you start to handle situations that would cause anxiety with a sense of peace and calmness, and because you can start thinking rationally, you can start expecting better outcomes.
When we change our thoughts, we can start changing our beliefs and thus physically changes occur in the brain.
Are you ready to stop these negative thoughts? Are you ready to train your brain to become more rational? If so, and you are in the Edmonton, AB area, come to Human Integrated Performance for cognitive behavioral therapy. We look forward to meeting you!