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Unraveling Cognitive Distortions

Improve your mental health - learn how to overcome negative thoughts.

  • 27 US dollars
  • Virtual

Service Description

There are times when we see things as more negative than they really are. It doesn’t matter what the evidence or experience tells us — once we put on that negative filter, it can be difficult to perceive something any other way. This is called a cognitive distortion. When negative or irrational thinking continues, it could affect how you see yourself, others, and the world in general. You might start operating under false assumptions. These assumptions may affect your mood and behaviors, and in turn, lead to symptoms of anxiety and depression. But fixing cognitive distortions is possible — it just first requires you to identify your negative thoughts for what they are. Once you do, you may learn that it’s typically not the situation that upsets you, but rather the thoughts or opinions about it. If you can learn to manage your thought processes, you can control your responses and improve your mental health.

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Contact Details

+ 228-228-3117

1015 Howard Avenue suite c, Biloxi, MS, USA

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