Why evidence-based therapy? In the busy lives we lead, therapy must be goal-directed and efficient. By learning skills, and developing problem-solving strategies you will learn to take your therapy with you into your daily activities.
List of Evidence-based Therapy Practices I Use
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
CBT is a here and now, short term, goal-oriented process. CBT is also an evidence-based therapy. This means in hundreds of studies, CBT has significantly improved people’s symptoms across a wide variety of disorders.
By using relaxation, awareness of the breath, and a gentle focus of attention, you will learn to observe thoughts, emotions, and bodily sensations in a spacious and non-judgmental way. In clinical research, these methods have been shown to assist in recovery from depression, anxiety, addictions and stress related disorders.