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making therapy effective

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is an active form of therapy that requires motivation and commitment on the client’s part. Though it is a form of talk therapy, CBT offers more, with targeted strategies and skills to help you identify and overcome negative thoughts and core beliefs so you can thrive. 


Though empathy is essential to building a trusting client-therapist alliance, alone it is rarely enough to alleviate anxiety and depression or to create meaningful change. When clients partner with their CBT therapist in active therapy sessions and by completing weekly homework assignments the results are powerful and lasting. 

Making therapy effective would involve willingness to complete pre and post session mood surveys, weekly readings and assignments to practice CBT skills between sessions, and prioritizing daily exercise and meditation.


During our phone consult I will share more about this dynamic approach, and you can determine if it’s a fit for you.

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