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CBT for Addiction Recovery: Breaking the Cycle of Substance Abuse

Addiction recovery is a complicated and lifelong process. If you or a loved one is living with a substance use disorder, there are many beneficial resources that should be utilized as part of a continuum of care. Therapy of any kind isn’t always the right first line support option for addiction recovery. Those in addiction

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Integrating Mindfulness with CBT: Enhancing Wellbeing and Emotional Balance

Mindfulness practices are proven means of reducing the negative impact of emotional distress, cognitive distortions, negative thought cycles, and behavioral issues. Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is a versatile and beneficial form of talk therapy that allows people to understand the ways that thought, feeling, and action interact and impact each other. It teaches skills that

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CBT for Children and Adolescents: Strategies and Benefits

Cognitive behavioral therapy, or CBT as it’s often called, is a versatile form of talk therapy that can be applied in a wide range of situations. It’s a clinically supported approach to helping people improve their mood, break negative thought patterns, and make positive behavioral changes. While many adults have experienced this approach to therapy,

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Breaking the Cycle: Using CBT to Address Negative Thought Patterns

It’s easy to fall into patterns of thinking that are detrimental to our emotional, cognitive, and physical health. Yes, negative thinking can take a toll on all aspects of life. What starts as one thought can often ripple out, creating a pattern of negative thoughts. When this occurs, negative thinking can leave us struggling in

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Applying CBT to Manage Stress and Build Resilience

Stress – we have all felt it, and it’s so prevalent, there is an annual study called the Stress in America Survey that’s tracking the dramatic increase in stress levels among Americans. If you’re dealing with chronic stress and its many adverse effects, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) may be a great solution. In this blog,

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CBT for Insomnia: Techniques & Tips

Insomnia, difficulty falling asleep and staying asleep, is a common sleep disorder experienced by 10% of the world’s population. While therapy may not be the first solution that comes to mind for a sleep disorder, there are many therapeutic techniques that significantly improve a person’s ability to get quality, satisfying sleep. Specifically, cognitive behavioral therapy

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5 Ways of Overcoming Depression with CBT Techniques

While depression is one of the most common mood disorders, it can also be resistant to improvement through traditional talk therapy. While there are many ways that therapists can help their clients improve the symptoms of depression, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) offers some of the best results. CBT is based on the idea that our

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Three Ways Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Helps Manage Specific Phobias

Fear is something we all experience, but when these fears develop into phobias, they can limit what we’re able to do and negatively impact many aspects of our lives. If you’re interested in overcoming a specific phobia, therapy can be an essential resource in achieving this goal. At The Center for CBT in New York

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The 10 Core Principles of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Explained

Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is an approach to counseling that seeks to understand the ways that thoughts, feelings, and actions are connected. When people become aware of the way their thinking impacts their emotions and then their behaviors, they can make changes in their thoughts or actions that will positively impact their emotional wellbeing. In

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