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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is a psychotherapeutic assessment that helps people to learn how to change negative & Disturbing thought patterns, thinking, emotional response, or behaviour and substitute them with desirable patterns of thinking, emotional response, or behaviour.

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Why do you need Cognitive Behavioral Therapy?

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is a useful tool to address emotional challenges. For example, it may help you: Manage symptoms of mental illness, Prevent a relapse of mental illness symptoms, Treat a mental illness when medications aren’t a good option, Learn techniques for coping with stressful life situations, Identify ways to manage emotions, Resolve relationship conflicts and learn better ways to communicate, Cope with grief or loss, Overcome emotional trauma related to abuse or violence, Cope with a medical illness, Manage chronic physical symptoms

Services provided under Cognitive Behavioral Therapy?

Occupational therapy services are based on performing appropriate assessments and review of the developmental & medical history of the patient. Occupational therapy covers,

Motor Functions, Focus, Visual Motor Integration, Problem Solving, Reasoning, Self Care / Life Skills, Strength, Vocational Supports, Perception, Sensory Integration Disorders, Dexterity, Pediatric Speciality, Hand-eye Coordination, Hand Use and Handwriting Etc.

The conditions that can be treated with Cognitive Behavioral Therapy!

Cognitive behavioural therapy helps with severe conditions like Depression, Anxiety, Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), Phobias, Personality disorders, Eating disorders, including Bulimia, Anorexia or Binge Eating Disorder, Substance Use Disorder and Alcohol Use Disorder

When combined with medication, CBT is useful in treating Bipolar Disorder and schizophrenia.


How can I prepare my child for his first therapy visit?

We know that your child may feel anxious about their visit, so we will do everything we can to help him to feel comfortable from the moment he arrives. Our therapy areas are child-friendly--bright, colorful spaces filled with toys and games. If your child is young, telling him that there will be “no ouchies” or “boo boos” may help. For an older child, you might explain that there will be no shots.

How long will my child be seen for therapy?

The purpose of therapy is to help your child become as independent as possible in normal daily activities. The time varies depending on your child’s condition, her age and a wide range of other factors. Soon after your child starts therapy, your therapist will talk with you about how many therapy sessions she will need, and for how long therapy will last.

Do I need to be present for my child’s therapy session?

A parent or legal guardian must be present at your child’s initial therapy evaluation; this is important so that you can give consent for your child to be treated. Being present at the evaluation will give the therapist a chance to speak with you about your concerns and goals for your child. The most important thing you can do for your child is to make sure a parent or caregiver attends every therapy session, even if your child is a teenager. One of our primary goals is to give your entire family skills and knowledge to help your child gain the greatest benefit from therapy.