Cognitive-Behavior Therapy, also referred to as CBT, seeks to change negative thought patterns, which can negatively affect mood.

In brief, this goal is accomplished by learning to recognize negative thoughts, dispute or challenge negative thoughts, and brainstorm more adaptive responses.

The goal of changing negative thoughts is to improve mood and positively effect behavior changes.
Individual Psychotherapy
Cognitive-Behavior Therapy
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing or EMDR
Neuro-Linguistic Programming or NLP
Interpersonal Therapy
Hypnosis if Indicated
Medication if Necessary
Biofeedback Training
Non-Narcotic Pain Management
Marital Therapy
Group Psychotherapy
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