Sometimes we all need support, particularly when we are feeling depressed, anxious or confused about our current life situation. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy concentrates on what can be done about these problems TODAY. It is an active directive treatment approach that teaches the skills necessary to cope with problems.
This type of therapy works in a short time (15-20 sessions on average) with clients learning the strategies needed to cope with the difficulties they face.
The Montreal Center for Anxiety and Depression’s goals are to create a warm and supportive environment so that together, we can explore your concerns and discover what blocks exist which limit your full potential. Combing Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and an Eclectic approach, we can focus on these challenges to find new and healthy ways of coping.
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