Kelvin BrownLicensed Clinical Social Worker, LCSW
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Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is a classic talk therapy technique that helps increase awareness of negative thinking in order to better handle challenging situations. In addition to helping those with mental health disorders (such as anxiety or depression), CBT is also helpful for anyone who is looking to learn how to manage stressful situations. Therapists that use CBT often have a structured program, which involves a set number of sessions. CBT is frequently paired with other treatments, such as medication, when necessary. Think this approach may be right for you? Reach out to one of TherapyDen’s CBT experts today.
You look like you have it all together, but inside you still don't feel like you're enough. You play the part every single day, living for everyone else and hoping to fill the void inside of you. But instead, you feel empty. Small. Exhausted. You can't share how you feel with anyone, not even your partner. We will work together to help you uncover what is keeping you stuck. I want you to embrace your mornings with joy!
Are you stressed? Are you finding it hard to navigate life? Are your relationships suffering? If you responded "yes" to any of these questions, I'd love to help you! Stress, anxiety, depression, and other issues can make life challenging. Dealing with it all can feel overwhelming. You don't have to go it alone when counseling is available. (Now accepting clients in Louisiana and New Jersey!!)
Is the word ‘therapy’ making you hit the brakes? If the very thought makes you cringe a little you’re not alone, and you’re exactly who I’d love to meet! Do you consider yourself a 'people pleaser'? Are you stuck in repetitive relationship patterns? Do you shut down or bend the truth to avoid conflict? Feel deficient or disappointed in yourself? Bottle up feelings until you explode? If so, we should connect! I help folks with relational and attachment trauma, and codependent behavior patterns.