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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) Atlanta

Cognitive-behavioral therapy is a form of psychotherapy that focuses on helping you change the negative thought patterns and behaviors that are keeping you from living your best life.

If you’re looking for CBT in Atlanta, there are many qualified therapists to choose from. Here at HWP, we specialize in helping our clients find the root cause of their problems and develop healthy coping mechanisms.

Our team of licensed therapists has years of experience helping people overcome their challenges and reach their goals. We offer a warm and welcoming environment where you can feel safe to share your thoughts and feelings.

We know that everyone is different, so we tailor our treatment plans to fit each individual’s needs. If you’re ready to start feeling better, contact us today to schedule a free consultation to see if we are the right fit for you.

What is CBT and How Does it Help? 

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is an evidence-based treatment for a wide range of mental health disorders. CBT is a time-limited, goal-oriented therapy that focuses on identifying and changing negative thinking patterns and maladaptive behaviors.

CBT helps you to change the way you think about your emotional and behavioral responses to situations. The goal is to help you develop new, more adaptive thought patterns that lead to long-term changes in your behavior. 

One of the benefits of CBT is that it can be adapted to meet the needs of each individual client. This means that it can be used to treat a wide range of mental health conditions.  Additionally, CBT has been shown to be effective in reducing symptoms and improving the quality of life for those who suffer from mental illness. 

If you are looking for a treatment option that can help you achieve lasting change, CBT may be right for you. If you’re struggling with any of these issues, CBT can help. 

CBT is an effective treatment for a wide range of mental health conditions, including:

  • Anxiety disorders
  • Depression
  • Eating disorders
  • Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
  • Substance abuse and addiction
  • Chronic Pain or illness
  • And more

The Long & Short-Term Impact of CBT on Mental Health

CBT has been a beacon of hope for many facing the challenges of mental health medical conditions. Its dual efficacy caters to both immediate relief and enduring resilience.

In the short term, CBT provides actionable tools and techniques, offering noticeable improvements for individuals with anxiety, depression, OCD, and PTSD. It helps them identify and challenge maladaptive thoughts, reducing distress and strengthening daily trigger management. Rapid intervention during acute phases can be pivotal, curbing symptom intensity and potential escalation.

CBT’s long-term benefits are seen as mental well-being foundations. It helps individuals understand their emotions, making lasting changes in behavior and thoughts. This leads to decreased symptom recurrence, increased self-awareness, and better control. CBT empowers individuals to navigate challenges with confidence and clarity.

At HWP, we prioritize the immediate and lasting effects of CBT, providing constant support to our patients throughout their journey.

What are the Benefits of CBT in Atlanta, Georgia?

The American Psychological Association performed systematic reviews of the literature on CBT and found that it is an effective treatment for a wide range of mental and physical health disorders including chronic pain and eating disorders. 

The benefits of CBT have been shown to be long-lasting, and many people who receive CBT continue to experience improvements in their symptoms even after treatment has ended. 

In addition, medical reviewers found that CBT is associated with a number of other positive outcomes, including increased employment, improved relationships, and increased satisfaction with life. 

Overall, the APA’s review provides strong evidence that CBT is an effective treatment for mental health disorders and can lead to lasting improvements in patients’ symptoms and overall quality of life.

Atlanta Area CBT Talk Therapy 

At HWP, we offer talk therapy services to help patients in the Atlanta area manage their mental health. We understand that seeking help can be daunting, but our skilled and compassionate team is here to support you. 

We offer a variety of talk therapy techniques to our clients throughout the Atlanta, GA area, including cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT). This type of therapy has been shown to be an effective treatment for many mental health conditions with long-lasting positive results. 

CBT can help you to identify and change negative thought patterns, develop healthy coping skills, and improve your overall well-being. If you are struggling with your mental health, we welcome you to reach out to us. 

We offer both individual and group therapy services, and we will work with you to find the best treatment plan for your needs. You are not alone; we are here to help you on your journey to recovery.

What Should I Expect with this Type of Therapy?

When you come to HWP for CBT in Atlanta, you can expect to work with a team of highly qualified and experienced therapists. We will work with you to create a personalized treatment plan that meets your unique needs.

CBT treatment typically lasts for a number of weeks, although the number of sessions may vary depending on the intensity of the problem and the individual’s response to treatment. 

During each session, you will work with your therapist to identify negative thinking patterns and maladaptive behaviors. You will then learn new, more adaptive ways of thinking and behaving that will help you to manage your mental health. 

CBT is an active treatment, which means that you will be asked to participate in homework assignments and practice new skills between sessions. This allows you to put what you’ve learned into action and begin to see lasting change.

If you’re ready to start feeling better, contact us today to schedule a free consultation to see if we are the right fit for you. We offer CBT in Atlanta and the surrounding areas.

Understand the Connection Between Your Thoughts and Feelings with CBT in Atlanta, GA 

CBT can help you to understand the connection between your thoughts and feelings, which can lead to long-lasting change. If you are struggling with your mental health, we welcome you to reach out to us. 

You are not alone; we are here to help you on your journey to recovery. Our team of licensed clinical therapists offers CBT in Atlanta, GA to help patients understand and manage their thoughts and feelings. 

CBT is an active treatment that asks patients to participate in homework assignments and practice new skills between sessions. This allows you to put what you’ve learned into action and begin to see lasting change.

If you’re ready to start feeling better, contact us today to schedule a free consultation. We will take the time to make sure you are matched with the best therapist for your needs. Reach out to our team of compassionate professionals today to get started on your journey to wellness!

Counseling Counseling

Individual Counseling Session Rates

All sessions are 45 – 50 minutes long and are held either in person or via video. Sessions are typically scheduled every week or every other week at a minimum.

$135 – $175 per session

Individual counseling rate varies per clinician. Please see clinician bios for more information regarding specialties and rates.

What Our Clients Say

"I knew from the moment I met her that she was different than some of the therapists I've had in the past. I didn't feel like a weirdo. She made me feel accepted and safe."

- Elizabeth S. (Google)

"Throughout this process, I have learned to forgive, accept, and manage what I can control."

- Katherine D. (Google)

"I tried counseling here and there in the past, and although each time was a step in the right direction, this time I've noticed an absolute change in my mindset and how I feel."

- Michelle T. (Google)

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Frequently Asked Questions

How do I schedule an appointment?

If you are a new client, you may schedule your complimentary consultation or your initial appointment by visiting the contact page and filling out the short form or outreaching directly to your desired provider by calling (470) 231-5355.

If you are an existing client, please outreach to your provider directly either by telephone, email, or via the client portal secure messaging system.

Do you accept my insurance?

HWP does not accept insurance. Managed care companies were created to “manage” and contain escalating health care costs. Their bottom line is to reduce costs and raise profits; it is not to increase the quality of care professionals provide or your quality of life. HWP is solution-focused on quality of life and personal goals.

What is your cancellation policy?

If you need to cancel or change your appointment, we ask you to inform your provider at least 24 hours in advance of your scheduled session start time. Your full session fee will be charged for missed appointments and cancellations received less than 24 hours in advance.

What forms of payment do you accept?

Cash, credit cards, and health savings (HSA) or flex spending account (FSA) cards that have a major credit card logo on it are all accepted forms of payment.