Cognitive Behavior Therapy


In this fast-paced world, we experience stress and anxiety at some point in our life. But, the cure to those mental issues is simple. All we need to do is to reshape our perception and look on the brighter side of things. 

Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) is effective in improving the emotional and mental health of a person. CBT focuses on reinforcing good thoughts by replacing negative thought patterns. It works well for depression and anxiety since any self-inflicted problems gradually simmer down with regular sessions.

This behavioral therapy is for those who feel limited by negative thoughts and actions. CBT helps a person to think of positive things and reinforce them with the assistance of a therapist. It facilitates a fresh perception and makes individuals more resilient against anything that was previously a hindrance to them.

In simple terms, CBT is best defined by the quote of Buddha: “All that we are arises with our thoughts.”

When to seek Cognitive Behaviour Therapy?



CBT therapy is used to find solutions to bring an individual into a positive state of mind and eliminate unhelpful thoughts. It treats many psychological issues such as:

  1. Anxiety
  2. Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
  3. Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  4. Depression
  5. Self-esteem issues
  6. Insomnia
  7. Behavior issues in children & teenagers

At Sugsar, we use CBT as part of our ADHD treatment in Chennai for children and adults.

Takeaways from a CBT session



A cognitive therapy session will broadly improve a positive mindset of an individual. But apart from that, CBT can have multiple other benefits:

  1. Identify a problem and tackle it.
  2. The individual will be aware of all the thoughts that flow within him.
  3. Creates a clear distinction between rational and irrational thoughts.
  4. Positively alters the perception.
  5. Encourages a constructive outlook on situations and beliefs
  6. Inculcates good behavior and brings a holistic improvement in the way the individual acts and thinks.

How does Cognitive Behavioral Therapy work?


Some psychotherapy methods rely on past experiences to change present behavior. However, CBT therapy works the opposite. It puts the present thoughts at the forefront to make a positive change.

The therapy focuses on changing perception. It is based on the concept that everyone’s perception creates a world different from the others. Therefore, if an individual is showing signs of negative behavior, a therapist looks to feed positive cues and behaviors.

For example, depressed people will not be able to make clear decisions since their thoughts are distorted. This clouded perception makes a person prone to:

  1. Negative thoughts
  2. Making untrue conclusions about oneself or the situation
  3. Feeling overwhelmed by the fear of taking a wrong call

All the thoughts become automatic over time. Therefore, CBT sessions at Sugsar Edutech confront this chain of unrealistic thought patterns by reinforcing positive thinking.

Sugsar Edutech will assist you with effective Cognitive behavioral therapy and right brain training sessions. We will help you become a better version of yourself by improving your perception. Talk with our therapist today!

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