2. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Cognitive behavioral therapy is a type of talk psychotherapy that operates from the perspective where emotions, thoughts, and actions are connected. Negative concepts about yourself and maladaptive habits can trap you in a cycle of anxiety and depression. Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is a partnership with a mental health professional who will align with you to examine your mental, emotional, and physical habits to identify how specific self-beliefs contribute to depression. Together you'll locate these negative cycles and work to dismantle them.


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