Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is the notion that our thoughts, our behaviors and our emotions are all connected. And one of the main things that we work on in psychotherapy is understanding our mistakes, in thinking we all make mistakes and thinking no one is perfect. But when we can get more logical thoughts, more realistic expectations and more reasonable ways of looking at things, we can often have a more comfortable way of feeling and a more productive way of doing so.
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Dr. Calbeck uses CBT helps clients learn to distinguish between reasonable fears and unproductive anxiety.
Dr. Calbeck uses Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to help clients differentiate normative sadness from mistakes in thinking leading us to expect losses, therefore, feeling unnecessarily sad.
The goal of a psychological assessment is to clarify a behavioral or emotional diagnosis using a clinical interview, psychometric assessment (validated objective measures), and symptom inventories.