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What is Cognitive-Behavior Psychotherapy?
Cognitive-Behavior Psychotherapy (CBT) focuses on the thoughts, physical symptoms & behaviors that comprise an area of emotional difficulty. Controlled clinical trials of treatment for Anxiety & Mood disorders demonstrate that CBT decreases symptoms in 60-80% of sufferers.

The goals of CBT are to:
• recognize maladaptive patterns of thinking/acting
• decrease the intensity & frequency of problematic symptoms
• increase coping skills
• prevent relapse

Lynn Martin | Cognitive-Behavioral Psychotherapist
Lynn Martin | Cognitive-Behavior Psychotherapist
Lynn Martin | Cognitive-Behavioral Psychotherapy