Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is a type of therapy focused on the idea that your thoughts influence your feelings and behaviors. That means that we can help you change how you feel by changing how you think about situations. Here’s how it works:
First, we’ll help you understand what types of thoughts are unhelpful to you. For example, “catastrophizing” is when you assume that even small problems will lead to terrible consequences. Another example is “magnification” or “minimization,” which is when you blow problems out of proportion or treat them like they’re no big deal.
Then, we’ll help you identify those unhelpful thoughts when they happen, and replace them with healthier ones. If the thought “I’m sure everyone thinks I did bad on this presentation because I’m terrible at public speaking” came up for you before a presentation, we might work with you to come up with a new thought to replace it: “I’ve gotten good feedback on my public speaking skills in the past, so it’s probably not as bad as I’m thinking.”
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a form of psychotherapy that has been scientifically proven to help treat a variety of mental health conditions, including depression, anxiety, and obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD).
CBT operates on the assumption that the way we think about something affects how we feel about it. Our emotions and behaviors are closely tied to our thoughts. So if we can change the way we think about something—for instance, by challenging our assumptions or biases—we can change how we feel about it.
The goal of CBT is to help us become more aware of our thought patterns so that we can learn how to identify and manage unhealthy or inaccurate thoughts when they arise. To do this, therapists often use techniques like journaling and exposure therapy, in which they gradually expose patients to their fears and anxieties in order to overcome them. However, these techniques aren’t always practical for day-to-day life, when you need quick access to your therapist’s tools and support.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a form of psychological therapy that helps you come to terms with your thoughts and emotions. It is used primarily to treat anxiety, depression, and other mental disorders. CBT has been proven to help people overcome their problems by changing the way they think, feel, and behave.
Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) has been shown to be a highly effective treatment for a wide range of mental health issues. Using CBT, you can identify patterns and/or negative thought patterns that are keeping you from living your best life, and then change those patterns so that you can move forward.
This app will walk you through the cognitive behavioral therapy process step-by-step. At the end of each CBT session, you will be prompted to rate the app and provide feedback about your experience so that we can continually improve the program.
This app uses Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to help you manage your anxiety. You will receive regular check-ins, and you can use these to assess your mood and reflect on what’s going on in your day or week.
You’ll also have access to a daily challenge, where you can practice positive affirmations and build the muscle of positive thinking. Each day will be different, but the goal of each challenge is to help you build more and more resilience in the face of anxious thoughts.
Finally, we have a thought journal for you to keep track of your anxious thoughts as they come up. This is so that we can help you identify patterns and triggers that may arise from negative thinking patterns.