Cognitive Behavioral Therapy For Adults Specialist

Cognitive Behavioral & Integrative Therapy located in Falls Church & Alexandria, VA

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy For Adults

Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is a goal-oriented form of psychotherapy that can help adults make tangible changes in their thinking and behavior. At The Center for Cognitive Therapy and Assessment in Falls Church, McLean, and Alexandria, Virginia, licensed clinical psychologists boast extensive training in cognitive behavioral therapy. To find out how CBT can help you, call The Center for Cognitive Therapy and Assessment, or schedule an appointment online today.

What is cognitive behavioral therapy?

  Cognitive behavioral therapy is a highly effective treatment that reduces unpleasant symptoms linked with a variety of mood disorders and other mental health struggles. The Center for Cognitive Therapy and Assessment offers this service as an alternative for, or in addition to, medications  

What are the benefits of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT)?

  These are some of the many benefits you can experience with CBT at The Center for Cognitive Therapy and Assessment:
  • Less depression
  • Less anxiety
  • Mood improvements
  • Fewer mood swings
  • Better overall quality of life

Is cognitive behavioral therapy right for me?

  To find out if you are a candidate for cognitive behavioral therapy, the specialists at CCTA discuss your symptoms and medical history. They ask you a series of questions during a comprehensive assessment before personalizing a highly effective treatment plan. Signs of mental health struggles include constant sadness, mood swings, changes in sleep, changes in appetite, loss of interest in favorite activities, and difficulty in work and in relationships.  

What happens during CBT?

  Cognitive behavioral therapy at CCTA targets actions, habits, and much more. Cognitive behavioral therapy specialists help you learn about your emotions and behaviors and manage stress in a healthy way. Providers help you identify anxious thoughts and find realistic ways to work through them without having to skip common everyday situations. Common strategies include facing fears (exposure therapy), developing realistic thinking, participating in relaxation techniques, and being exposed to effective coping strategies. To learn more about CBT, call your nearest office or book a consultation online today.
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