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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a highly effective psychotherapy for various mental health conditions like anxiety, panic, depression, addiction, and eating disorders. It can be used alone or in combination with other treatments, ultimately enhancing the quality of life for patients.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy at Wholesome Mind Psychiatry in Mansfield, TX

​Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

How Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Works

CBT unfolds in both personal and group therapy landscapes, aiming to empower individuals to identify and transform negative thoughts or behaviors into positive ones, paving the way for a more joyful and fulfilling life.

At Wholesome Mind Psychiatry And Wellness Clinic, the initial meetings are centered around authentically sharing your thoughts and feelings, creating a foundation to unearth and address the origins of your negative thought processes and emotional patterns. Employing a goal-driven methodology, CBT involves a variety of techniques such as homework assignments, journaling, and interactive activities, all designed to consolidate the progress achieved during the therapy sessions.

In its essence, CBT is committed to helping you:

  • Identify the challenging aspects of your life,

  • Become more aware of your thoughts and feelings in those moments,

  • Notice and understand your patterns of negative thinking,

  • And reshape these patterns towards a more positive and clear-headed outlook.

In your sessions at Wholesome Mind Psychiatry And Wellness Clinic, you and your therapist will collaboratively craft a tailored treatment plan, guiding you steadily towards altering your behavioral patterns from negative to positive, ensuring a personalized and effective journey to better mental health.

Daily stressors & challenges

Cognitive behavioral therapy can help people overcome a number of challenging emotional issues, such as:

  • Dealing with grief or loss

  • Overcoming trauma from abuse

  • Coping with medical issues

  • Coping with mental health issues

  • Managing chronic pain

  • Resolution of relationship issues


Cognitive behavioral therapy can also be useful when dealing with the normal stress of day-to-day life and help you manage your emotions better.

​Daily stressors & challenges

Mental health conditions

This type of therapy is also useful in treating a number of mental health conditions. Mental health disorders that can be treated with cognitive behavioral therapy include:

  • Depression

  • Anxiety

  • PTSD

  • Panic disorder

  • Phobias

  • Eating disorders

  • Bipolar disorder

  • Sleeping disorders

  • Substance use disorders/addiction

  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)

How long should you expect CBT to take?

The duration of CBT varies greatly from person to person, based on their unique circumstances and requirements. Generally speaking, cognitive behavioral therapy tends to be a shorter-term approach, with many individuals completing their therapy in roughly 12-24 weeks.

Several factors can determine the length of your CBT journey:

  • The pace at which you notice improvements,

  • The duration you've been experiencing your symptoms,

  • The specific issue you're addressing,

  • And the intensity of your symptoms.

With our certified providers by your side, you're not alone in facing mental health challenges.

Transform Thoughts, Transform Life: Dive into CBT Today!

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