Will Cognitive Behavioral Therapy be Effective for my Anxious Teen?
Therapy you can trustCognitive behavioral therapy is utilized in addiction treatment because of its goal-oriented approach. Rather than a discovery process, like traditional talk therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy sets specific goals by targeting problematic behaviors, like addiction. Together, a therapist and their patient look at what kind of thought processes encourage addiction behaviors, then examine where those thought processes came from. Patients realize that their thoughts don't simply happen. Realizing that their thoughts and decisions are autonomous, patients are empowered to radically transform their thinking. As a result, problematic thought patterns are interrupted, allowing teens to make better decisions, like abstaining from drugs and alcohol.
Stonewater Adolescent Recovery Center offers long term residential treatment programs for addiction recovery. Our programs involve the whole family for foundation building, life cleansing change.
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