Do you have?

  • Excessive worry about things that might happen (“what if….”)
  • Frequent self-criticism?
  • Chronic self-doubt?
  • Racing or ruminating thoughts?
  • Are you unsure of what to say to people?

Unhelpful thinking can be changed in significant and positive ways. Imagine a life where many of your thoughts were about the things you like and want instead of those that you fear and do not want?

Contact us to learn more about getting started with Cognitive Behavioral Therapy at CCM.

At CCM, our first priority is to help you identify and clarify your specific goals and to develop practical, effective strategies to reach them.  We offer expertise in CBT, using empirically supported treatment (EST) plans that have proven effective for depression, panic attacks, phobias, PTSD, OCD, social anxiety, and other anxiety conditions.

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    Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) has emerged as the leading form of psychotherapy for panic, anxiety, phobias, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), social anxiety, obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), depression, stress, insomnia, and many other conditions.  It was developed and refined over the past four decades through the pioneering work and research of Aaron T. Beck M.D. We work with perceptions, thoughts, images, assumptions, expectations, and other beliefs about ourselves, people and life: Each of these directly affects our emotional reactions, behavior, relationships and all areas of life.

    Excessive worry about things that might happen, frequent self-criticism, or chronic self-doubt are just a few examples of cognitive patterns that cause or perpetuate anxiety and depression, and which might interfere with activities or progress in life.  Such dysfunctional thoughts and beliefs may seem completely true, or may be occurring at a subconscious level, thus we may not be aware that they involve exaggerations, distortions, or unbalanced views about ourselves and the world.  Unhelpful, maladaptive thinking can be changed in significant ways through CBT, providing relief from emotional distress. Changing maladaptive thinking patterns and beliefs will lead to lasting improvements in emotional reactions, self-esteem, relationships, and other areas of life.