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Does one setback send you spiraling down a path of self-doubt?

Are you paralyzed by “what if” thoughts that prevent your from taking action? Do these thoughts keep you up at night?

Do you fear being negatively evaluated and avoid social situations?

Do you feel anxious much of the time and worry constantly?

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy would be a great fit for you!

Drs. Kristin and Thomas Lindquist both specialize in cognitive behavioral therapy.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) focuses on identifying and re-framing your thoughts and thereby changing your behavior and mood.  Much of our thinking occurs outside of our full awareness as we become accustomed to patterns of thinking and evaluating our environment.  CBT is useful in helping to identify these automatic thoughts and the patterns of thinking that reinforce and perpetuate our negative thoughts and beliefs.  

 CBT is especially helpful for treating anxiety, but it has been demonstrated as effective for a wide range of presenting concerns.

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