Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is based on the idea that our thoughts, emotions, and behaviours are interconnected. To help individuals change their behaviour, CBT employs techniques such as self-monitoring, activity scheduling for depression, and exposure and response prevention for anxiety.
The ultimate goal of CBT is to provide individuals with the tools they need to lead a happier and more fulfilling life.
To learn more about CBT at Numinus, book a free informational call with one of our health navigators.
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By engaging in CBT, you’ll gain a better understanding of yourself and the world around you, and feel equipped to handle life’s challenges with greater ease and resilience.
Some of the key benefits of CBT include:
Your practitioner will take a comprehensive approach to your care, collaborating with other health care providers when necessary to provide you with the best outcomes. Here is what you can expect from your practitioner:
We’ll start with an intake call to get to know your therapist. They will work to better understand your history and therapy goals.
In your therapy sessions, your therapist will help you identify, question, and change the thoughts, behaviors, attitudes, and beliefs that contribute to your difficulties. By monitoring and recording your thoughts in real-time, you will come to see how your thinking patterns may be contributing to emotional problems like depression and anxiety.
You’ll continue therapy until you reach your ideal outcome. Over time, CBT can help: