Cognitive behavioral therapy focuses on your thoughts, attitudes and behaviors. I use several interventions like learning to detect and negative automatic thoughts and positive learning to look at yourself, what all does do well and how you learn to appreciate these qualities?

Cognitive behavioral therapy is a combination of cognitive therapy and behavior therapy and affects both the way of thinking and behavior. Sometimes the emphasis is on thinking, sometimes more comings and goings. Cognitive behavioral therapy is based on scientific principles and research.

Cognitive behavioral therapy is an effective treatment for various symptoms, including:

⋅ Burn-out
⋅ Depression
⋅ Anxiety Symptoms, such as social phobia, panic disorder, agoraphobia, obsessive-compulsive disorder (compulsive symptoms) and posttraumatic stress disorder