Who can benefit from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy?
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is one of the most widely-recognized and effective behavioral therapy methods for addiction and mental health challenges. Under the guidance of a trained therapist, all Turning Point clients can take advantage of this solutions-oriented treatment.
Is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy right for me?
CBT is designed to help people with little to no previous experience with behavioral therapy. Through a therapist-guided process, Turning Point clients can focus on the issues that are challenging them in the present moment without being overwhelmed by past experiences or future stress.
What Happens in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy?
CBT can take place in either a one-on-one or group setting under the supervision of a trained therapist. During a typical session, therapists will explore problematic or troubling behaviors that clients want to improve, then work closely with the client on strategies for managing and lessening these behaviors.