A cognition is a thought, and cognitions are the way we think about things at any given moment. Our thoughts often pass through our minds automatically, but also have a huge impact on the way we feel. Through cognitive therapy you can change the way you think about things, thereby changing your beliefs and feelings. When you do, it will be possible to experience a change in both your mood and outlook.
Cognitive Therapy is a short term, focused, problem-solving psychotherapy. There are three main components; education, skill building and problem solving. The therapist and client work as a team in order to identify and then solve problems.
You can use Cognitive Therapy to overcome a variety of mental health problems such as depression, frustration, panic, chronic worry and phobias, as well as personal relationship problems such as marital distress or difficulties at work. Once therapy is complete, clients can continue to use what they have learned to solve problems and achieve their goals.
Mindfulness provides tools and techniques to help you develop a greater sense of awareness, reduce stress, and improve your overall mental well-being. We offer individual and group mindfulness sessions for a variety of mental health concerns as part of the Cognitive Therapy and DBT approaches to treatment.
•Generalized Anxiety Disorder
•Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
•Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
•Social Anxiety Disorder
•Behavioral Health problems