CBT Therapy

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy CBT

  • CBT Cognitive Therapy

  • CBT Behavioral Therapy

If there are certain behaviors in your life that you’d like to correct, CBT therapy, or cognitive behavioral therapy, could be right for you. This model of therapy is designed to help individuals reframe their thinking in a positive manner in order to get rid of negative behaviors. This can include depression, anxiety, drug and alcohol problems, trauma, marital trouble, and other mental illnesses.

CBT-Based Therapy

Cognitive behavioral therapy, CBT, is a dynamic form of talk therapy that is not only used for a variety of mental illnesses but can also be used to treat patients of all ages who are seeking help from a professional. The changes in thought and behavior are a result of CBT-based therapy. The first part of CBT is cognitive. CBT cognitive therapy focuses specifically on the mind. Thoughts lead to actions and it’s meant to change the way an individual thinks. This helps to promote positivity within the mind, which will lead to more positivity in action.

The second part of CBT is behavioral. CBT behavioral therapy focuses on the actions and behaviors that are a result of thought. CBT therapy aims to channel the positive thoughts into positive action.

This has proven to be an effective way to help identify negative thoughts that lead to negative actions. Research suggests that thought leads to action and you can change your action by changing your thoughts. Dr. Kyle Kermott with Therapy Summit will help you work through the things in your life that lead to such negativity.

Dr. Kermott uses CBT therapy as a way to help his clients understand what leads to the kinds of thoughts they have to begin with. Once these are identified, he can help to implement strategies and tools that will assist in changing clients for the better.

As a part of utilizing CBT with clients, Dr. Kermott implements his B.E.T.R. method, which takes pieces of psychoanalytic/depth and CBT therapy. He has established a way to help clients improve their lives through cognitive, behavioral, and emotional well being.

If you feel that cognitive behavioral therapy, CBT, is for your or would like to learn more about it, then contact our office today to schedule an appointment. You can reach us by calling 949-500-9109 or send a message via our online contact form. Therapy Summit is conveniently located at 18010 Sky Park Cr., #290, Irvine, CA 92614. There is positivity ahead and Dr. Kermott can help you get there. Let Dr. Kermott use CBT therapy to get you started on your path to a new life. He can help you overcome depression, anxiety, and other mental illnesses so you can become the best version of yourself.