Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is the number one form of treatment for stress, anxiety and depression and its efficacy is proven through multiple research findings.
The therapy itself is to develop skills to become more aware of our thoughts, feelings and behaviors.
This awareness allows us to better manage our lives and symptoms of anxiety and depression.
Learning with a trained therapist as well as within a group allows you to be supported and able to enrich your learning by engaging with others.
18+ online sessions
Online regular video group video calls
Option to call-in
Option to Video-in
Verbally ask your questions or comments
Privately message your questions or comments
30 minute support calls
2 calls for material support
2 calls for mood support
Email support as needed
Full access to handouts and numerous resources
Get reimbursed by most insurance companies
NOTE: Once this course is complete, there is a second stage program called CBT-Advance which clients can enroll in.
In this second stage program we go deeper and further beyond the basic model concepts.
Thoughts will include: understanding "stuck" not broken; understanding social and emotional development and ways in which individuals can be stunted and how to activate growth, personality profiling, cognitive fusion, meditation.
Feelings: we will look further into the emotion of anger and it's relationship with anxiety and depression, distress tolerance, interpersonal effectiveness.
Behaviors: self as context, self acceptance, boundaries, increasing one's tolerance to be calm and present, neurobiological effects of trauma and treatment considerations.
The program ends with an in depth look at relapse prevention and resilience skills.