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In 5 Steps – Stop Anxious Thinking with CBT

If you struggle with anxiety, you’ve likely found yourself stuck in an anxious thought loop. You know what we mean. When one worried thought leads to another and another. Maybe you saw something on TV or read an online article about something upsetting. Now, you’re just doom-scrolling through the entire internet with your thoughts running

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Break Free from Constantly Reading Bad News with CBT

I really hope that doomscrolling somehow brought you to this blog because I can help you stop doing that right now! You’ve already taken the first step by reading this blog, which is definitely good news not bad news, so great work! Doomscrolling is an obsession or drive to read or watch bad news, and

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Is There a Good Time to Get Back Together With a Friend?

This is a complicated question so let’s break it down: How do you know if your friend has changed and if it will be a healthy friendship for you both?While we often hope there will be some sort of obvious sign that someone has changed, we infrequently get a clear indication. When someone changes for

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Top 5 Tips for Dealing with Pandemic Burnout

Have you found yourself being click-baited into reading articles about pandemic burnout? Is that what’s happening to you right now? It seems like everyone is talking about pandemic burnout, but few people are really discussing how to move beyond the burnout. At the Center for CBT in New York City, we can help you develop

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This Simple Trick Will Stop Your Negative Self Talk in Its Tracks

You know that feeling: “Crap, I did it again. I am so disorganized (or fill in your own shameful adjective).” Remember Mad Libs? Let’s do our own little Mad Libs exercise. Take a deep breath and think about the last time you were so pissed at yourself. This might have been a week ago or

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