Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

To improve my life, I can change my thoughts, my physical body. This may sound like a tall order, but we do it all the time. If I want to be in better shape, I could post my goal on the fridge to remind me to think about it daily, start running.

CBT helps people learn concrete ways to replace ineffective thoughts, feelings, actions and physiology with healthier alternatives. If we want a positive attitude, we can practice counting our blessings. There are millions of ways to improve our lives.

CBT with Pete will help you identify which ways might get you the most bang for the buck and how to make them work in your life. The best trick in the world won't do you any good if you don't use it.

CBT techniques help people recover from or manage anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, addiction, low self esteem, and nonclinical patterns that stop us from being our best selves.

Erik Kandel, winner of the Nobel Prize in medicine, explains the relationship between depression, physiology and CBT in this NY Times article.

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