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Whether you're looking for help with anxiety, depression, grief, relationship challenges, or other, at the Feeling Good Institute, you'll work with a therapist who specializes in helping others like you. Our therapists have all had hundreds of hours of training in effective therapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT).
You'll notice Feeling Good therapists go beyond traditional talk therapy and tap into powerful treatment methods that are, compassionate, data-driven, insightful, and proven to be more effective than traditional therapy — so you can feel better faster.
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What Our Clients Have To Say
“I have completely turned my life around and have found a calmness and joy I had only experienced occasionally before.”
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Get a free 15 min phone consultation to talk directly with your therapist, share your goals and collaborate on a customized treatment plan that empowers you to get there.
Feel better within a few sessions. Give feedback at each session so we can recalibrate when needed and ensure every minute counts.
Accredited By Top Organizations To Provide Advanced Psychotherapy Training
Addressing Motivation in CBT with Kids and Teens
I remember leaving a session with a 10-year-old girl named Josie last year, wondering why I could not get her to complete her homework, why our work on her procrastination was not successful, despite her seeming to want to get the work done. Read More
Dr. David Burns on treatment for low self esteem, The Self Esteem Ladder
Step 1 on the ladder is conditional self-esteem. You decide you are worthwhile because of this or that skill, talent, feature, or accomplishment. For example, you may tell a depressed child that she is worthwhile or special because she has pretty eyes, or a nice voice for singing, or an athletic skill, or good grades, or whatever. Read More
Maximizing Efficacy of CBT Therapy for Anxiety: Research Brief
Panic Attacks occur in over 11% of adults in the United States. Interoceptive Exposure is an integral part of treatment for Panic Disorder. Unfortunately, many practitioners hesitate to use Interoceptive Exposure due to their own fears of harming or overwhelming the patient (Deacon, et. al, 2013). Practitioners often deliver smaller doses of the treatment or avoid it all together. Read More