Online Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

A short-term, goal-oriented therapy technique that gets results

You can effectively deal with emotional problems and difficult situations by changing the way you think.


Sometimes you may feel out-of-control or overwhelmed when you’re dealing with emotional distress or difficult situations. As a result, you may start putting yourself down, thinking things will never improve, or experiencing other negative thoughts.

These negative, and often automatic, thoughts can then amplify your feelings of emotional distress and influence how you react to situations and others—making you feel worse.

Fortunately, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy helps you feel better by learning how to gain control over your thinking—changing the negative thoughts to healthier thought patterns.

Intentionally focusing on your thoughts and beliefs can change the way you feel and react to situations.

You can use Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) strategies with a variety of mental health issues and situations.


You can develop coping skills that you can use now and in the future so you can effectively manage difficult situations and emotions. The skills and strategies you learn in CBT can help with a range of conditions, including:

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Substance use
  • Relationship problems
  • Stress
  • Low self-esteem
  • Difficult life situations

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Gain control over your thoughts and feelings with CBT therapy.


Cognitive Behavioral Therapy provides various strategies and skills so you develop healthy coping skills and ways of thinking to better manage emotional distress and difficult situations.

During therapy, we work together to understand your specific problems and situation so we can tailor the strategies and skills used to address your needs.

You will also learn how to identify automatic negative thoughts, challenge them, and replace them with more realistic, objective ones. During therapy, you’ll practice and develop these and other coping skills and strategies that you can use now and in the future.

Learn effective coping strategies and healthier patterns of thinking with Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.


While you can’t control everything around you, you can gain greater control over your thoughts and how you perceive situations. Schedule your free consultation call or contact me for more information about my online Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, so you can create the life you want.