Posts Tagged ‘cognitive behavioral therapy’
Is Exposure Therapy Alone Enough to Treat Anxiety?
The Advisory Board recently reported that “The American College Health Association found the rate of undergraduates reporting ‘overwhelming anxiety’ increased from 50 percent in 2011 to 62 percent in 2016.” Each year the Center for Success and Independence successfully treats many teens with anxiety, depression and other mood disorders. At the core of the Center’s…Read More
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy – What Is It?
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a type of mental health counseling or psychotherapy in which clients work with a counselor or therapist in a limited number of structured sessions in order to become more self-aware of one’s thoughts and feelings.  By becoming more aware of one’s negative thoughts, one is able to relate to…Read More