Depression, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress disorder are the most common of many mental health illnesses that affect millions of people across the country. If you are experiencing any kind of mental health condition, Montana Psychiatry and Brain Health offers cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT). This effective, integrative treatment option can help you recognize and evaluate thought patterns, promoting healthier ways of thinking and improving your quality of life.
At Montana Psychiatry and Brain Health, we offer innovative, cutting-edge treatments for many mental health conditions. Our medical personnel are experts in the specialized approaches they take. Contact us today to schedule a consultation appointment and find out how we can help you be well.
What is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy?
CBT is a an effective form of psychotherapy (talk therapy) that can treat many different mental health illnesses. It raises awareness of negative or inaccurate thinking so you can review certain situations clearer and have a more effective, positive response to them. Through this integrative approach, patients learn certain skills like changing behaviors, modifying beliefs, and distorted thinking that they can apply throughout the rest of their lives. If you are struggling with a mental health disorder, contact us today to schedule a consultation and find out if CBT is right for you.
How is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy different from other psychotherapies?
CBT has an emphasis on two tasks: cognitive restructuring and behavioral activation. Cognitive restructuring is the process by which our medical personnel works together with you to help change your patterns of thought. Behavioral activation is the process of learning to overcome your challenges through certain activities. Consult with our medical personnel to learn more about cognitive restructuring and behavioral activation.
Who can benefit from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy?
- Anyone with or without a mental health illness like depression or anxiety
- Anyone who is able to self-analyze
- Anyone who sees themselves able to control what happens around them
- Anyone who is motivated
How do we practice Cognitive Behavioral Therapy?
At Montana Psychiatry and Brain Health, we personalize all of our cognitive behavioral approaches to best meet the needs of our patients. Since every patient is different, each of our CBT approaches provides unique and innovative care for those with mental health illnesses.
Many people in the past have benefited from cognitive behavioral therapy. If you find yourself struggling with a mental illness, CBT may be beneficial in helping you lead a happier, healthier life. Contact us today to schedule a consultation appointment and see if CBT may be right for you.