Cognitive Behavioural Therapy looks to combine both cognitive therapy and behavioural therapy in order to tackle your thought process and your resulting behaviour. It focuses on the present, CBT is a practical therapy that aims to break down your problems into smaller, more manageable ways. It refers to our thinking and the way we behave on account of our thinking. For example:
Question: Why does someone shout and scream?
Answer: They might be angry
“People and things do not upset us, rather we upset ourselves by believing that they can upset us.” Albert Ellis
Pearlie Care will work with you on developing self-care techniques to manage your overall physical and mental health.