Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy is an interaction in which the therapist helps you to recognize the connection between thoughts and feelings. Since the way we think has such a pronounced effect on what we feel, we can learn to change the way we feel by gradually changing the way we think. It is relatively easy to learn, somewhat more difficult to put into practice. It requires a motivated individual, but has been shown to be highly effective, especially in the treatment of depression and anxiety disorders.

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  • Victoria Monaco

    January 30, 2014, 2:08 pm

    would like someone to contact me regarding a retreat for cognitive therapy for a young lady who has suffered short term memory loss due to a viral illness.

    Thank you

    • Meghan LaCasse

      January 30, 2014, 2:31 pm

      Hi Victoria,

      For more information on treatments for your loved one, please contact 561-287-7099. We would be glad to help you find what you are looking for and answer any questions you may have.

      Best,
      Wellington Retreat

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