Do you struggle with recurring depression, anxiety, panic attacks, and/or phobias that stop you from
living a full life? Tired of just "talking about it" in other therapies but still ending up feeling bad?
Then you may want to explore the possibilities of COGNITIVE BEHAVIORAL THERAPY (CBT).
After months or years of trying to help yourself, we know you are most interested in getting fast relief
from pain and distress, and, in learning the skills to relieve symptoms now and to minimizethe
chances of them recurring in the future. This is the work and goal of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.
CBT is a clinically and research proven breakthrough in mental health care. It combines two kinds of
psychotherapy - altering ways of thinking and then taking actions that are likely to have desirable
results. Some therapies provide you as to "why" but CBT goes a step further and helps you bring
actual behavior change ... in a much shorter length of time than most traditional therapies.