Therapy Modalities

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) – Cognitive Behavioral Therapy or CBT is a therapy modality that focuses on adjusting your thoughts to therefore adjust how you feel and how you behave. CBT aims at assisting the client in recognizing and identifying errors in their thinking so they can explore alternative thoughts. CBT can help with: anxiety, depression, panic attacks, anger issues, phobias, insomnia, low self esteem, relationship problems and stress management.   

Exposure Response Prevention/exposure therapies (ERP) – Exposure Response Prevention or ERP is a therapy with the idea that by gradually facing your anxieties/fears, they have less power over you. It embraces the concept of “leaning into” anxiety rather than avoiding it. While avoidance works temporarily, in the long run it will always cause greater anxiety. Exposure therapies have become a favorite of mine. Exposure therapies can help with: social anxiety disorder, OCD, phobias, and perfectionistic tendencies.   

Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) – Dialectical Behavioral Therapy or DBT is a therapy to assist clients who struggle to regulate emotions. DBT is a skills-based approach that has four categories: emotional regulation, distress tolerance, mindfulness, and interpersonal effectiveness. DBT can help clients who experience instability with mood, behavior, thinking, self image, and relationships.  

To find out more about our Therapy Modalities utilized with our clients throughout the state of Ohio via Telehealth, please contact us by clicking below.