Cognitive Behavior Therapy, also known as CBT, is a time-limited, empirically supported treatment for a variety of problems including: depression, anxiety, attentional issues, behavior problems, relationship issues and substance abuse. CBT is based in the belief that our thoughts, feelings and behaviors are all interrelated. Changing one aspect of the triad will impact the others and promote positive change. CBT therapists are active participants in sessions, working collaboratively with clients to teach skills that can be used to improve current functioning.
For more information on CBT, please go to the following website: www.abct.org.