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Believe In You.

 

Behavioral Therapy focuses on learning new strategies that help change unhelpful thoughts, feelings and actions.  The goal is to reinforce desirable behaviors and decrease those that are problematic or harmful.  Unlike psychoanalyisis or other process-oriented therapy, behaviorism focuses on action-based skills.  Action-based skills uses goals, values, acceptance and change theories to help people find a new way of living. Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Mindfulness, and Exposure Response Prevention are all evidence-based practices that are proven to help improve clients' quality of life by gaining a sense of control over their thoughts, feelings and actions. 


Mood Instability

Work/Life Stressors

Self-Injury

Panic

Depression

Isolation/Avoidance

Social Anxiety

Peer Conflict

Hospitalizations

Higher Level of Care Placement

Aftercare