Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
Cognitive-behavioral therapy is a subset of mental health counseling. A mental health counselor will work with you in a structured routine, so you only attend a limited number of sessions. Cognitive-behavioral therapy helps you become more aware of negative thoughts so you can enter difficult situations with a clearer head than before the sessions, allowing for an effective response.
Cognitive-behavioral therapy is a beneficial method to use when treating mental health conditions, disorders, or illnesses such as depression or anxiety. Cognitive-behavioral therapy is not used only for patients who have mental health conditions. It can be effective for anyone who wants to learn how to manage their stressful situations better.