Treatments - Best Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Treat both body and mind.

 

Addictions are rarely skin deep and are often just one part of a more complex inner struggle. Treating addiction from the inside out usually involves also treating one or more mental conditions that so often accompany it. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is one approach typically used to target, change, and treat the maladaptive thinking patterns that accompany the spiral into addiction.

 

What does it do?

As a psychotherapeutic method, CBT emphasizes recognizing and understanding the relationships between thoughts, feelings, and behaviors embedded in a variety of mental illnesses and substance abuse or personality disorders.

What does it do?

 

As a psychotherapeutic method, CBT emphasizes recognizing and understanding the relationships between thoughts, feelings, and behaviors embedded in a variety of mental illnesses and substance abuse or personality disorders.

How does it work?

 

CBT is known to be problem-focused and action-oriented. You would team up with a therapist to analyze the thinking patterns behind your self-destructive behaviors, deflect those negative thoughts, and then actively problem-solve on how to take control again. This puts responsibility and self-awareness in your hands, and helps you to fully understand what it takes to overcome each challenge while inciting both confidence and a sense of accomplishment.

What disorders does it treat?

 

Typically, CBT is used to treat mental health conditions such as depression, bipolar, anxiety, phobias, and obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). But it’s not just for those suffering from a mental health condition. For people coping with substance abuse, eating disorders, sleep disorders, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and other conditions, it’s an effective way to challenge negative thoughts by looking at them as though they are hypotheses to be tested logically and objectively.

Regardless of whether or not your addiction is accompanied by dual diagnosis, CBT can help you. Addiction doesn’t happen in a vacuum – almost all substance abuse is backed by stressful living situations, grief, or some other uncontrollable factor.

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Is CBT right for me?

 

Generally lasting around seven months, structured CBT helps you build coping skills that will last a lifetime. You’ll know CBT can work for you if you find you struggle with any of the following:

  • Management of addiction or mental illness symptoms
  • Relapse of addiction or mental illness symptoms
  • Inability to cope with stressful situations
  • Difficulty managing emotions like anger or fear
  • Relationship conflicts
  • Trouble coping with grief, trauma, or medical illness
  • Chronic physical symptoms

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