You've probably heard the term "CBT" at some point, but maybe you don't know exactly what that means.
Cognitive Therapy is a very popular form of psychotherapy. It focuses on how to make you more aware of your thoughts and beliefs. Why? Because they lead us to our emotions and behaviors.
Cognitive therapy has become so widespread because of how effective it is at helping people change how they feel, meet their goals, develop more self-discipline, and break dysfunctional habits.
You may benefit from involvement in the program if you are struggling with:
Sadness or Depression, Anxiety, Worry, Nervousness, Anger - Being Overreactive Sleep Difficulties, Family/Work Conflict, Grief & Loss, Guilt & Shame
If you are looking to develop better self-discipline with losing weight, working out, time management, eating healthier, procrastination, communication skills, assertive behavior, and MORE!
Why is Cognitive Therapy Important?
Do you want to learn how to let go of old patterns and experience a better quality of life? Do you want to learn ways to cope better with anxiety and depression?
In the CBT Skills program, we take a look at how your thoughts impact your emotions and behaviors.
Through the practice of mindfulness, you will also gain increased awareness to your thoughts and emotions, enhancing your ability to make meaningful changes in your life.
As a part of the CBT Skills Program, you will have access to a Licensed Clinical Psychologist as well as an opportunity to receive support from a group of peers who are also dealing with similar concerns.
What can I expect to Learn?
The CBT Skills Group is an ongoing group where participants will learn from Dr. Noonan and from one another. You will find the benefits of other people who have had problems with the same issues you may have, and have used the CBT skills to overcome their difficulties.
Ways to increase healthy activities in your life
Change negative thought patterns
Manage feelings of anger, grief & loss, guilt & shame