Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, commonly referred to as CBT, is a cornerstone of modern psychotherapy. CBT helps people struggling with various mental health issues and life stressors cope with and decrease their symptoms by changing thoughts and behaviors that feed into their suffering.
When anxiety flares up, it’s natural for us to seek ways to cope. Unfortunately, some of the approaches we turn to are actually counterproductive and detrimental to our well-being.
Organizations across America have been researching the matter and, at this time, we can confidently share that, when it comes to mental health matters, telehealth – or teletherapy – has been providing many types of patient benefits.
It turns out self-care and anxiety are good partners. A little self-care can go a long way when it comes to keeping anxiety in check.
Anxiety. We all have it from time to time. But when is it time to see a professional therapist to help us cope with our anxiety?