While it is mentally and emotionally challenging to break addictions, therapy treatment programs are a safe and healthy way to change unhealthy practices. A common form of therapy we use to break psychological addictions is cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT). CBT is a form of talk therapy that can change a person’s behavior patterns and allow them to unlearn negative thought patterns.
CBT is a collaborative therapy, meaning it requires collaboration between clients and therapists to create an effective treatment plan. However, finding a comprehensive CBT center is a daunting task for many people. This is why you need Ethan Crossing of Cleveland.
At Ethan Crossing of Cleveland, we offer various addiction therapy programs, including CBT. Our state-of-the-art treatment center provides comfortable lounge spaces and courtyards that’ll help you relax your mind and body during your therapy sessions. To learn more about our CBT treatment program, reach us through our online form or call us at 855.967.2436.
How Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy Works
Thoughts, feelings, emotions, and actions affect a person’s behavior. If unchecked, negative thoughts and emotions lead to harmful actions. CBT will help you recognize and break unhealthy thought patterns and replace them with healthier ones. Our CBT program focuses on current issues affecting you rather than focus on old experiences for better recovery.
What Does CBT Treat?
CBT is a psychotherapy treatment that helps people manage various forms of mental and emotional issues. It requires short, practical sessions with a therapist to address the specific conditions facing a client. CBT is used to treat mental health issues such as depression, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and anxiety, as well as:
- Eating disorders
- Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)
- Substance use disorders
- Bipolar disorder
To determine whether CBT can help you overcome your addiction or mental health condition, please reach out to Ethan Crossing of Cleveland today.
Benefits of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy
Unlike other forms of therapy, CBT is a goal-oriented and problem-focused therapy. It also offers instant results. Other benefits of the CBT program may include:
An Improvement in Communication
Unfortunately, maintaining a healthy interpersonal relationship with friends and families is challenging for people with mental or emotional disorders. The CBT treatment program allows clients to improve their communication skills through detailed sessions with a therapist.
It Improves Self-Esteem
Negative emotions and thought patterns severely affect a person’s confidence and self-esteem. The CBT program focuses on disrupting negative feelings with positive mindsets. The CBT program will also help you manage your thought patterns. Learning how to control your thoughts patterns will help you improve your belief system and self-esteem.
It Provides Support
One word that summarizes the CBT program is “support.” CBT offers various levels of support through individual or group therapy sessions to clients recovering from mental health conditions and addiction. Additionally, CBT provides a community of like-minded people besides a therapist to improve your recovery.
It Can Prevent Relapse
Clients who have psychological disorders or addictions may face the possibility of relapse during the recovery process. Common causes of relapse include mental tiredness and an inability to break unhealthy practices. The CBT program will help you create new and positive habits that’ll help you stay on your recovery journey.
Contact Ethan Crossing of Cleveland
At Ethan Crossing of Cleveland, we understand that personal problems are a major cause of addiction. To help you recover from unhealthy behaviors, we provide behavioral and experiential therapy sessions that’ll heal your body and restore your peace of mind.
We care about your schedules. Therefore, we offer a range of care options, including:
- Detox programs
- Residential treatment programs
- Partial hospitalization programs
- Outpatient treatment programs
- Intensive outpatient programs
At Ethan Crossing of Cleveland, we provide individual and group CBT therapy that’ll help you recover from your condition. You can enroll in our therapy programs in our treatment programs using our convenient online form or call us at 855.967.2436.