Therapy for depression, anxiety, anger, and trauma is provided at ATTC. Take a moment to view a little about what we offer.
Difficulties with depression can make every day a challenge and every problem feel impossible. We take an approach focused on connecting, engaging, learning, and helping you have positive and satisfying life experiences.
We can help. Our goal is to help you get better quickly, with reduced worry and improvement in your daily life. Therapy for anxiety teaches concrete skills to help you feel more confident in living your life and trusting yourself.
From teens to adults, a lot of people struggle with anger. Therapy toward anger management could alleviate some of those feelings, and help create a lifestyle change to promote reduced stress and better health.
Extensive research efforts have shown first-line treatments for PTSD, including Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT), to be effective in reducing PTSD symptoms related to a variety of traumatic events such as physical and sexual abuse or assault, accidents, threats, military combat, or being a witness to violence or death.
The American Psychological Association strongly recommend the use of such trauma-focused psychological interventions as cognitive behavioral therapy, cognitive processing therapy, cognitive therapy and prolonged exposure therapy.
The risks of doing CPT are mild to moderate discomfort when talking or writing about trauma-related memories or beliefs. These feelings are usually brief and people tend to feel better as they keep doing CPT. Most people who complete CPT find that the benefits outweigh any initial discomfort.
Cognitive processing therapy (CPT) is a specific type of cognitive behavioral therapy that has been effective in reducing symptoms of PTSD that have developed after experiencing a variety of traumatic events.
CPT teaches people to identify how traumatic experiences have affected their thinking and to evaluate and change those beliefs. CPT usually takes 12 sessions and the goal is to learn ways to have more healthy and balanced beliefs about yourself, others, and the world.
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