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CBT is a structured, evidence-based intervention that helps people address their specific problems. CBT practitioners work in collaboration with their clients in setting specific goals, providing psychoeducation to help clients better understand their problems, and teaching clients skills and strategies to help them work towards achieving their goals.

CBT examines the important relations between the way individuals think, feel, and behave. Specifically, CBT helps individuals examine how they think about what is happening around them and how their perceptions impact how they feel and behave.

Many problems can be understood by examining the thoughts, emotions, and behaviours associated with it. Together, we can evaluate the ways you are thinking, behaving, and feeling in relation to the problem. With CBT, we will work collaboratively to address the issues you are experiencing and work towards lasting solutions to allow you to live a happier life.

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Features of CBT



CBT has a strong emphasis on setting specific goals and taking specific actions to help clients move towards achieving those goals.



CBT is a relatively brief therapy with most people noticing positive changes in anywhere from 8-20 sessions. It is important to note that this is a general timeframe and some issues may take more or less time. 



CBT takes a structured approach to solving problems. Therapy sessions are focused, intentional, and build on the previous work that has been done in order to continue to make progress.



CBT therapists focus on teaching their clients about the nature of their problems so they can be better understood. With this enhanced understanding, people are better able to manage and work towards overcoming their problems.

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