Cognitive Change
Cognitive Change

CBT at Cognitive Change

Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) is the gold standard approach to helping people develop the insights and skills to face a range of life challenges. CBT examines how our thoughts, feelings, and behaviors are connected. The key to this change starts with identifying the various "Cognitive Distortions" that we all carry with us.  Unlike many other types of therapy, CBT is more active, collaborative, and problem solving oriented. 

CBT Changes Your Mindset

CBT can help clients recognize when thinking patterns may be creating negative emotions.  Clients will learn in therapy how to recognize and change these thinking patterns. Some of the negative thinking patterns discovered during therapy may be:

All or Nothing Thinking

Labeling and Mislabeling

Disqualifying the positive

Emotional Reasoning

Developing Strategies for effective problem solving.

Learning to re-enter situations clients have been avoiding

Teaching new coping skills

Tracking progress towards goals.

Expanding mindfulness techniques to help clients gain some distance from negative thinking

Road to Progress            

Here at Cognitive Change we use the Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) model to create treatment plans that are catered specifically to you. 


Your treatment plan will focus specially on tackling your mental health needs, while fully addressing your problem list.


Our unique process will then proceed through a series of steps, such as: practicing new problem solving strategies, learning to re-enter situations, teaching effective coping skills, tracking your progress towards goals, and distancing yourself from negative thinking.