Individual Therapy for Mental Health at Satori Health
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Depression can be overwhelming. Our highly educated, trained psychiatrists provide treatment for those with clinical depression who are in need of a treatment program.
Satori Health’s anxiety treatment program restores equilibrium and helps people heal from anxiety disorders by identifying the underlying causes of the anxiety.
Bipolar disorder causes intense shifts in an individual’s thoughts, behavior, and energy. With our effective bipolar disorder treatment program, a healthy, stable life is within reach.
CBT can be used to treat many mental health disorders such as:
- Anger issues
- Eating disorders
- Marital problems
At the center of Los Angeles cognitive behavioral therapy is the idea that many of our mental health problems are based, to some degree, on how we think. How we think contributes to how we behave, so identifying harmful or unhelpful ways of thinking can, in turn, change how we think and act. If you want to learn more about what Los Angeles cognitive behavioral therapy can treat in your life, call Satori Health today.
One of the fundamental treatments for mental health at Satori Health is our cognitive-behavioral therapy program.
At our dialectical behavior therapy program, you’ll quickly learn that your thoughts, emotions, and behaviors are all interconnected.
With EMDR therapy at Satori Health, you can overcome trauma and ensure that it no longer disrupt and take control of your life.
During your cognitive behavioral therapy in Los Angeles, your sessions typically last between 30 and 60 minutes. You can have sessions that last anywhere from five weeks in length to 20 weeks in length, depending on your needs.
When you first start, your sessions might revolve around discussing your goals and what you want to achieve with your Los Angeles CBT.
You can expect to talk a lot about the way you think.
The center of cognitive behavioral therapy in Los Angeles revolves around identifying harmful thoughts and changing them. So, once you identify a problem you want to overcome, your therapist may ask you about your thoughts before, during, and after the problem.
This is beneficial information for better understanding your thought patterns. It might be uncomfortable at first to share such intimate details about your way of thinking, but it helps you identify those problems and find solutions for them moving forward.
You can expect to go over your harmful thoughts and emotions.
You might review harmful thoughts you’ve held onto for years like “no one will ever love me,” “I can’t do anything right,” and “I don’t deserve love because I’m a failure.” Figuring out these hurtful emotions you’ve maintained can help you recognize how inaccurate they might be and how quickly stressful situations might trigger those feelings.
You can expect to analyze your problems.
When you start cognitive behavioral therapy in Los Angeles, you aim to learn how to solve problems. But you can’t figure out how to solve problems if you don’t know how to identify those problems in the first place.
You might talk through how you physically felt during a stressful situation, such as whether you had muscle tension, increased heart rate, and shallow breathing. Your therapist might help you analyze whether your rapid heart rate resulted in impulsivity and how you could apply breathing techniques next time to reframe your negative thoughts and avoid that impulsivity.
You can expect to learn new coping skills.
A significant part of Los Angeles cognitive behavioral therapy is not just identifying problems but finding solutions. All the work you put into talking about your emotions and analyzing your problems helps you develop new coping skills.
Your therapist will use questioning and guided discovery to help you challenge your negative thoughts and develop healthier self-talk and more compassionate views toward yourself and your achievements.
As you progress through your cognitive behavioral therapy in Los Angeles, you will learn how to make better goals, manage your stress, and what real-life activities and thought patterns will prove most constructive for you.
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We will get to know you and your personal needs when seeking treatment.
Our goal for each client is to provide you with the tools needed to thrive & enjoy life.