Cognitive Behaivor Therapy (CBT)

What is CBT?

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) helps a person make positive changes in their life.

CBT seeks to develop more healthy ways of coping with experiences and relationships by identifying and acknowledging past traumas. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is based on the theory that how we think, how we feel, and how we behave are all connected.

What is CBT like?

CBT is best performed in one-on-one sessions with a trained therapist, where you are allowed to address troubling thoughts and experiences that you find difficult to process on your own. CBT sessions can happen virtually or in-person.

Cognitive Behavior Therapy is a great way to confront automatic negative thoughts, which can often contribute to depression, fear, anxiety, and anger. We do this through a process called Self-talk or, the internal dialogue we often have with ourselves. This is a healthy part of life. However, after trauma, or when you’re feeling depressed or stressed, self-talk can become negative, and you wind up blaming yourself when things go wrong.

In CBT, these instances of negative self-talk are identified and healthier thinking patterns are taught that can lead to more constructive coping strategies.

Getting Started

The first step to getting started with CBT is to set an appointment with one of our specially trained CBT Therapists.

To schedule an appointment use one of the options below:


Cogitive Behavior Therapy (DBT) is a covered treatment under most insurance plans subject to copay and deductible. We will do our best to schedule you with a therapist who is under your plan.