Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

Change Your Thought Patterns with Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Many psychological problems are rooted in unhelpful thoughts. Unhelpful thought patterns compound mental health challenges, in the same way that unhealthy relationships drive us further from self-confidence.

The road to recovery often begins when we learn to change the way we think and act. Cognitive behavioral therapy – often abbreviated CBT – emphasizes realistic relationships between your thoughts and feelings and how they can influence your behaviors.

Our counselors are standing by to help you navigate the challenges you’re facing. We’ll pair you with a skilled mental health clinician in our network who can help restore relationships, change thought and behavioral patterns, and develop a sense of self-confidence.

Learn to take control

Cognitive behavioral therapy helps you establish control over your own life. You’ll work alongside a counselor to fully understand the challenges you face, and develop individualized treatment plans to address cognitive distortions.

CBT helps you own the present moment, as you decide the best ways to move forward toward an improved quality of life. Through cognitive behavioral therapy, our counselors can help you manage the following challenges:

  • Panic disorder
  • Personality disorders
  • Eating disorders
  • Addiction
  • Depression and anxiety
  • Psychosis
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder
  • Psychological challenges
  • Grief, loss and trauma

Together with your counselor, you’ll embrace the values of psychotherapy to address your concerns. You’ll learn self-help and healthy coping strategies, while making strides to end self-defeating behaviors, accept the present moment, reframe negative thought patterns, end addiction, face denial and achieve peace of mind.

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What can cognitive behavioral therapy offer me?

Even if you’ve participated in counseling before, it’s normal to feel unsure at the thought of speaking to someone else about the challenges you’re facing. Our counselors can answer any of your questions – related or unrelated to cognitive behavioral therapy – to help foster a comfortable, non-judgemental environment.

We recommend giving cognitive behavioral therapy a try if…

  1. You’re experiencing anxiety and/or depression at levels that cripple your ability to make decisions or face the future;
  2. You’ve endured a traumatic life event – one that involves your partner or your family – and changed the way you think, feel or live your life;
  3. You’ve seen low self-esteem compromise your productivity, confidence or sense of self-worth
  4. You’ve seen substance use habits overtake your life;
  5. You’ve endured eating disorder challenges and are seeking an effective coping strategy.

Along with other treatment modalities, cognitive behavioral therapy can help you successfully retrain the way you think and react. As long as you’re committed to self-improvement, and you’re ready to take steps toward recovery with the help of a licensed counselor, you’re ready to begin CBT. Our mental health clinicians at Pyramid Online Counseling can help you better cope with life’s stressors, integrate CBT strategies and embrace recovery.

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Getting Started

It’s simple to begin the process with Pyramid Online Counseling:
1 – Click “Get Help”

Create a Pyramid Online Counseling account and then answer a few basic questions about yourself.

2 – Schedule an Appointment

Based on your answers, we will match you with appropriate providers who meet your needs.

3 – Begin Your Therapy Journey

Your remotely-located mental healthcare provider will meet with you through our confidential, HIPAA-compliant software platform, and will schedule follow-up care as needed.

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