Are you bogged down by fear or negative thoughts? Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) can help you to transform the way you think. Cognitive behavioral therapy can enable you to change the way you respond to challenging situations, allowing you to enjoy a more positive outlook on life.
Change your outlook on life with Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
If you are struggling to deal with a challenging situation, or find yourself trapped in a spiral of negative thoughts, cognitive behavioral therapy can help. CBT is an effective form of therapy that can help you identify the motivations behind your thoughts or feelings, allowing you to change your perspective.
In therapy with Dr. Weiss, she will help you to evaluate the motivations and thoughts behind your actions. Using DBT can help you to “decode” the way you view your life, allowing yourself a better understanding of yourself and opening the door to make a positive change.
Step into a better life with CBT
When you use cognitive behavioral therapy to challenge a particular aspect of your life, Dr. Weiss will help you to discuss and rework the motivations behind your behavior.
For example, if you suffer from a fear of flying, CBT can help you to change the way you think so that you are not permanently grounded by your fear. Therapy can help you to discover what thoughts motivate your avoidance of flight and replace them so that you can learn to be less afraid.
Dr. Weiss will help you to discuss the thoughts motivating your behavior, and then, step by step, reword those thoughts. By internalizing a different language of thought, you may be able to change the way you think or feel about what is bothering you, allowing you to live a fuller, happier life.
Make a change today
Cognitive behavioral therapy has been proven to be effective for anxiety, depression, and other mental disorders. It can be a powerful tool in recovering from trauma. If you are suffering and want to make a change for a better life, call now to discuss CBT with Dr. Weiss, or just fill out the form and click Send.
Read more about CBT from the Mayo Clinic here.