Depression, Anxiety, and Adjustment Disorders

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is a technique that has been utilized by professionals for many years.  A lot of treatment modalities have some component of “CBT”.  The idea behind CBT is that if “I change the way I think, I change the what I do, and if I change what I do then the way I feel changes”.  That seems simple, but there are so many things that effect how we think, what we believe, and even just our belief in our own ability to make these changes.  CBT is particularly effective for those struggling with adjustment, depression, and anxiety. Understanding even biological and neurological occurrences, automatic thoughts, anger, and feelings of detachment are all part of this process.  The goal is to help you better understand yourself so that you can make the choices that you want to, express and manage your emotions effectively, and engage in successful relationships.