Cognitive behavioral therapy

Therapy for overcoming a wide range of psychological, emotional and behavioral problems

Cognitive behavioral therapy

What is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy?

Cognitive behavioral therapy is a therapy that provides a structured, time-focused, and hands-on approach to overcoming a wide range of psychological, emotional and behavioral problems.

It is a therapy with proven effectiveness in treating depression, anxiety disorders, eating disorders, insomnia, OCD, panic attacks, phobias, relationship problems, social anxiety and low self-esteem.

During the therapeutic process:

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How does Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) work?

All behavioral-cognitive models are based on the identification and change of negative thought patterns, often associated with undesirable behavior, difficult emotional experiences and physiological symptoms.

In cognitive-behavioral therapy (aka cognitive-behavioral therapy), we focus on a few of the most important issues:

Online Cognitive Behavior Therapy

Online cognitive behavioral psychotherapy is more than just talking to a specialist in the comfort of your own home. It’s a whole new way of thinking about how you relate to your own mental health and well-being.

Online Cognitive Behavior Therapy is no different than in-office meetings. The same procedures are used, ranging from clinical history to advanced therapeutic interventions. Online CBT sessions are delivered by our fully qualified psychotherapists and cognitive behavioral psychologists.

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How does a CBT therapist work?

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What techniques does the cognitive behavioral therapist use?

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FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

Online cognitive behavioral therapy has the same treatment value as working in an office. Some patients see additional advantages in online therapy, such as: comfort, accessibility, flexibility.

Short-term cognitive behavioral therapy lasts approximately between 12-18 sessions. It is difficult to define a specific number of meetings, it all depends on the goals developed during the therapeutic meetings. It is assumed, however, that in order to achieve the desired results, therapy should be a process that consists of weekly meetings for at least three months.

Yes, the main goal of therapy is to improve functioning in the future. However, in therapy, we often refer to present and past events to give meaning and continuity to our experiences.

It is a comprehensive approach that helps to overcome the symptoms of disorders such as depression, insomnia, behavioral addiction (i.e. addiction to games and the Internet, shopping addiction, gambling), eating disorders, obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), panic anxiety, panic attacks, bipolar disorder, social anxiety disorder, generalized anxiety disorder.

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