cognitive behavioral therapy

5 Effective Strategies For Living With Adult ADHD

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People living with adult attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) understand how difficult it can be to deal with distractions, stay organized, and be efficient. Certain behavioral changes and treatments can help you learn how to live with ADHD while being able to accomplish more. You can learn how to manage your symptoms so that you Continue reading […]

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6 Ways CBT Can Help Manage Bipolar Disorder

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Living with bipolar disorder can present unique challenges, but Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) can provide promise, and effective strategies for managing its symptoms. CBT is more than just a treatment—it’s a powerful tool for reshaping thought patterns and behaviors. Continue reading […]

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How Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Works

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  Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is a problem-focused/action-orientated style of talk therapy that helps identify and change negative or destructive thoughts, behaviors, beliefs, and attitudes. The method improves emotional regulation and quality of life while providing a scaffolding to build effective coping strategies and healthier patterns of behavior upon. Continue reading […]

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How Therapy Can Transform Your Life

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It’s easy to become stressed and overwhelmed in today’s fast-paced world. Juggling responsibilities and ticking off items on your to-do list can take its eventual toll on your mental health. Continue reading […]

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PTSD Treatments And Support Strategies To Accelerate Recovery

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Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) can occur when you’ve experienced a traumatic event, witnessed a traumatic event, or are repeatedly exposed to details about a traumatic event. Some may even develop post-traumatic stress disorder after learning someone close to them experienced or was affected by a traumatic event. Continue reading […]

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