Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is psychotherapy that teaches you to identify thoughts that work against you and change them into helpful ones. CBT is based on the idea that your thoughts affect your emotions, which can affect your behavior. Slipping into a negative thought and behavior pattern is easy. CBT helps you identify these patterns and […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
By Keith Low Interview About CBT With Dr. J. Russell Ramsay What sets CBT apart from other forms of psychotherapy is the emphasis it places on the interactive role of cognitions—automatic thoughts, images, belief systems—and behaviors. CBT certainly does not ignore emotions, but rather targets problematic thinking and behavior patterns as the entry point to […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
By Carl Sherman, PhD Most adults with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) need medication, but that’s not always enough. That’s why many experts recommend meds and psychotherapy. But as Mark, discovered recently, not all forms of therapy work particularly well for ADHD. Since being diagnosed with ADHD 10 years ago, Mark has been on, off, […]Continue Reading... No Comments.