CBT: Create Positive Thoughts, Feelings & Behaviors
We take cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT) a step further by offering a deeper and more comprehensive holistic analysis of your emotional health and well-being. We offer a safe, non-judgement and open space of self-discovery. You will discover the limiting beliefs that make you feel stuck and unmotivated. You will receive new expert knowledge and insight into these false beliefs so that you can create better empowering beliefs. There is no need to suffer any longer. Get the help you deserve.
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These new beliefs will free you from the pain and make you feel alive again. Your new empowering beliefs will create positive thoughts, feelings and behaviours.
We are the top experts in Toronto in finding the source of the issue. We then comfortably and easily change these limiting beliefs. A change in beliefs will change your whole perspective on life and especially how you feel. Our sessions change your life.
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What is Cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT)?
Cognitive-behavioural therapy is an evidence, results and action-based type of psychosocial intervention. This therapy is practical and hands-on. CBT therapy has helped people overcome mental health problems such as depression, anxiety, PTSD, low self-esteem and schizophrenia.
The CBT Model Explained
The CBT model addresses the mental and emotional connection between thoughts/cognitive processes, feelings/emotions and behaviours. Changing our thoughts changes how we feel and how we feel changes how we behave.
How we behave gives us better results, which influences what we think as the positive cycle continues. It allows people to be aware of their negative automatic thoughts and change them to positive helpful thoughts. CBT counselling gives us the power to decide the meaning of an event, rather than feeling like the victim of bad situations. For example “I failed” versus “I got stronger because I learned something”.