Cognitive therapy

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lilybet's Cognitive therapy History (Ongoing)
Cognitive therapy (individual therapy)
Weekly Nov 15, 2007 - Last Update

lilybet's Cognitive therapy is for…

  • Major Depressive Disorder
  • PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder)
  • cumulative trauma disorder

lilybet has not reported any side effects for Cognitive therapy.

Evaluations


Oct 10, 2011

  • Perceived effectiveness for PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder): Major
  • Perceived effectiveness for Major Depressive Disorder: Major
  • Side Effects: None
  • Adherence: Always
  • Burden: Somewhat
Dosage: Weekly
Advice & Tips: If you have PTSD, it's very important to have a therapist who is up-to-date on the latest and most effective therapies. If not treated properly, it can worsen your PTSD in the long run. Having found a fantastic trauma therapist improved my life 100%. It took two years of VERY hard work on my part, but to finally have relief made it worth every minute. I feel SO much better. Also, major life events (like getting cancer again) can trigger a PTSD flare. It helps to be aware of how you are feeling... and to get help right away. The flare can be tamped down.
Cost: < $25 monthly

About Cognitive therapy (Psychotherapy)

Cognitive therapy refers to a form of psychotherapy which tackles specific thoughts or "cognitions" that may be unhelpful. It forms a large component of another widely known therapeutic system, "Cognitive-behavioral therapy", although the terms are often interchangeable.

Learn more about Cognitive therapy in our Cognitive therapy Community Report.