Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy

Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is grounded in a wealth of empirical research and clinical trials. CBT has been shown to be effective in treating many psychological challenges such as depression, anxiety, stress, and relationship issues.

Having the following challenges?
  • Are you experiencing persistent anxiety that’s impacting your daily life?
  • Do you find yourself overwhelmed by feelings of sadness or hopelessness, unable to enjoy activities you once loved?
  • Is stress from work, relationships, or life transitions becoming too much to handle?
  • Are you facing difficulties in your relationships, dealing with frequent conflicts or communication issues?
  • Are anger management issues making it challenging to control your reactions?
  • Is low self-esteem or a negative self-image impacting your confidence?
  • Are perfectionism and unrealistically high standards causing distress?


If you resonate with any of these challenges, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) could be the solution you need to address these pain points, build resilience, and foster positive changes in your thoughts and behaviors.

Challenge Automatic Negative Thinking Patterns

Ready to take the first step towards a happier, healthier you? Our experienced and compassionate therapists are here to guide you on your journey to well-being.

Understanding the core of CBT

At its essence, CBT is a therapeutic approach that delves into the connection between thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. Developed on the premise that our thoughts influence our emotions and actions, CBT aims to identify and reshape negative thought patterns to foster healthier mental well-being.

Effective CBT techniques

  1. Identification of negative thought patterns:
    • CBT starts by unraveling the complex web of negative thought patterns that contribute to emotional distress. Identifying these patterns is akin to shining a light on the shadows within one’s mind.
  2. Challenging and reframing thoughts:
    • Once identified, CBT guides you to challenge and restructure these negative thoughts. It’s about questioning the validity of destructive beliefs and creating space for more constructive perspectives.
  3. Behavioral activation:
    • Actions speak louder than words, and in the realm of CBT, behavioral activation takes center stage. This component involves engaging in positive behaviors that align with one’s values, fostering a sense of accomplishment and fulfillment.
  4. Skill-building and coping strategies:
    • CBT equips you with practical skills and coping strategies to navigate life’s challenges. From stress management techniques to effective communication skills, these tools empower you to face difficulties with resilience.
  5. Setting and achieving realistic goals:
    • Goal-setting is a cornerstone of CBT. By setting realistic and achievable goals, you can experience a sense of progress and accomplishment, contributing to a positive feedback loop.

How can therapy help?

Using these effective CBT techniques, you can navigate your thoughts, emotions, and behaviors better for lasting positive change.

One of the remarkable aspects of CBT is its applicability to a myriad of mental health challenges. Whether dealing with anxiety, depression, stress, or relationship issues, the principles of CBT remain versatile, adapting to the unique needs of each individual.


Take, for instance, you are experiencing high stress from your relationships. CBT would involve exploring the underlying thoughts fueling stress, challenging the accuracy of these thoughts, and equipping you with effective communication strategies and boundary-setting to improve relationship. Through this process, you can build confidence in navigating relationship challenges and cultivate healthier and more fulfilling relationships.

The collaborative nature of CBT

CBT is not a one-sided endeavor. It thrives on collaboration between the therapist and the individual. We act as guides, teaching you effective CBT techniques to help you navigate your internal landscapes and providing tools for self-discovery. The success of CBT lies in its participatory nature, empowering you to be active agents in their your healing process.

Our CBT-trained therapists

Hui Ting Kok is a dedicated Licensed Mental Health Counselor with a passion for helping individuals navigate life’s challenges. Hui Ting utilizes approaches like Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) to address a range of mental health concerns. Her commitment to fostering a supportive and therapeutic environment makes Hui Ting a trusted ally for those seeking personal growth and emotional well-being.

Other Services Offered with Helix Mental Health Counseling Practice. P.C.

CBT isn’t the only service we offer therapeutic support with. At Helix Mental Health Counseling Practice. P.C., we provide a wide range of mental health services through online therapy statewide in New York and Florida. Other services we offer include anxiety therapy, Asian-American therapy, trauma and EMDR therapy, life transition therapy, relationship therapy, as well as work stress and burnout therapy. You can also read more by visiting our blog, FAQ, and about us page.

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