A woman talks to her therapist during cognitive behavioral therapy

How Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Works

Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) is a powerful tool therapists use because it helps alleviate symptoms that often develop due to mental illness. It can treat depression, anxiety, grief, and more. It’s one of the least invasive forms of therapy because it revolves around conversation. Cognitive-behavioral therapy encourages clients to explore, identify, and re-direct negative patterns of…

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