Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a goal-oriented therapeutic approach. It focuses on identifying and modifying dysfunctional thought patterns and behaviors. CPT promotes adaptive coping strategies to address several mental health conditions, like anxiety, depression, ADD,  ADHD, Autism (ASD), and Asperger’s Syndrome.


If you suffer from ADHD, you are not alone. The CDC estimates that in the US, 9.4% of children and almost 5% of adults are currently diagnosed with ADHD. Although there is no cure for ADHD, there are several ways to become successful in managing your symptoms with one of the most popular being psychotherapy. 

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Negative Thought Patterns Living life as an adult with ADHD can be challenging. As you grow older, one takes on more responsibilities with getting the first career, pursuing higher education, romantic relationships, and personal responsibilities. With all these new obligations, there are more opportunities for symptoms of ADHD to cause impairment: trouble getting to work

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Using CBT to Manage ADHD in Kids

ADHD tips: Teaching CBT self-calming techniques which children can practice to put “Mood Monsters” in their place. Alex’s mother arrived to his weekly session teary-eyed. “Every day after school, Alex has horrible tantrums and in a bad mood, what can I do?” Children with attention deficit disorder (ADD, ADHD) experience more intense emotions and moods

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Psychologist or Psychiatrist: What’s the Difference?

With so many different titles, degrees, and mental health professionals, clients are often confused about the difference between clinicians and often, wind up delaying progress because they get stuck deciding where to turn first. This article will help you navigate the world of therapists so you can get started on the path of progress. Let’s

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