Lilia Sheynman, PhD

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**Please note: This website is for informational purposes only. It does not represent a therapeutic interaction. If you are having a psychiatric emergency, please dial 911 or go to your nearest emergency room. 

Engaging in CBT treatment will often involve challenging your existing negative thoughts, changing your maladaptive behaviors, and improving the way that you feel.

For additional information on CBT you can download this fact sheet (http://www.nami.org/factsheets/CBT_factsheet.pdf) or visit the NAMI website 

 

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a form of psychotherapy treatment; Cognitive refers to your thoughts and Behavioral refers to how you act (what you do).  In CBT, you will focus on thoughts, behaviors, and feelings and the link between the three. ​

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

What is CBT?