Need treatment? Find help or get online counseling right now!

Archives for thoughts

Anxiety

Ten of the Most Common Errors in Thinking

In my most recent post, I talked about cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), and about evaluating the rationality of our thoughts. If, as CBT assumes, thoughts cause emotions and behaviors, then changing our maladaptive thoughts and replacing them with rational ones, can have a positive...
Continue Reading

Anxiety

What Is CBT (Part II)?

We have begun talking about a popular form of psychotherapy called cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT).

CBT is based on several assumptions, the first of which is that beliefs, behaviors, and feelings are interconnected. I examined this premise in my previous article.

Today I will explore the second assumption.

Continue Reading

Anxiety

What Is CBT (Part I)?

Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), one of the most researched therapeutic approaches for anxiety disorders, uses cognitive and behavioral techniques to help people manage their mental health difficulties (see my previous article).

CBT makes several assumptions, the first of which I will discuss in today's article.

Continue Reading

 
277
arash