Therapy is one of the top three choices for managing your depression. Our Cognitive Behavioral Therapists believe that CBT, a research-based talk therapy approach, is one of the best modalities to help you find your way past the deep sadness to find pleasure in life again. How does Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for depression work? Keep reading and discover how.
Are you the type of person who lives in your head? You know what I mean…Most of your energy is consumed by the constant race of thoughts fueled by your anxiety, depression, or phobias. Our therapists at Evanston Counseling would love to talk with you and to share a more positive and productive way of managing your thought life through Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.
Did you know that your thinking patterns are so strong that they can change how you behave and feel? As you’ve searched online for a therapist (we are happy that you found us here at Evanston Counseling!), you probably have seen that we offer something called Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). You might have thought…What is this? How can it help me? How is it different from other forms of therapy? We wanted to answer your questions.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy or CBT is a form of therapy that works to modify your thinking and behavioral patterns. It can work wonderfully to lessen the feelings of anxiety, loneliness, and despair that often accompany IBS gastrointestinal distress and chronic pain.
CBT works through the brain-gut pathway. Take a look at this blog to learn more about the brain-gut pathway.