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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Los Angeles

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Los Angeles is a psychotherapy practice that specializes in cognitive behavioral therapy for a multitude of disorders and psychological problems.  We are one of the few centers in the country to use only doctoral-level therapists, ensuring the highest quality of care for our clients. We are proud to serve West Los Angeles, Beverly Hills, and Santa Monica.  If you’d like to schedule an appointment or get more information, visit here.

What is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy?

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a short-term, highly focused therapy that has been shown to be the best treatment for numerous psychological problems. Research has shown CBT to be among the most effective treatments for depression, anxiety, relationship problems, ADD/ADHD, diet and exercise, smoking cessation, dissatisfaction with life, as well as a host of other emotional problems. Unlike traditional talk-therapy, which often focuses on early childhood, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is present-focused, highly goal-oriented, and active.

Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy involves the use of self-help skills as homework assignments to actively change thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. The CBT treatment approach allows significant improvement to occur much earlier than in traditional talk therapy. As a result, cognitive behavioral therapy can help you to end treatment sooner, teaching you to become your own best resource to solve problems. Overwhelming research suggests Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is the treatment of choice for most disorders, with numerous studies supporting CBT treatment for depression and anxiety. For more information about CBT treatment approaches to specific problems, including length of CBT treatment and rates of effectiveness, click on the links above and explore.

 

Call or email today to schedule an appointment or find out more. (424)281-4111

520 South Sepulveda Blvd., Ste. 404
Los Angeles, CA 90049
(424) 281-4111

 

 

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