Examples of Therapy

 

Therapy: Clinician will provide therapeutic interventions such as CBT, DBT, and RCCS techniques to help member manage symptoms of depression including anger and impulsivity.

Therapy: Clinician will use therapeutic interventions such as CBT and DBT to help member more effectively manage feelings of anger and aggression.

Therapy: Clinician will provide therapeutic interventions such as CBT to help member identify patterns in his decision-making and behavior he might be able to change going forward, to reduce risk of eviction and/or loss of housing voucher.

Therapy: Clinician will provide therapeutic interventions such as CBT to help member identify and correct inaccurate beliefs he has about himself and the world around him that may be contributing to feelings of anger.

Therapy: Clinician will use CBT to help member identify cognitive distortions (inaccurate thoughts and assumptions) that contribute to his anger, and teach him how to challenge and replace them with more accurate ones.

Therapy: Clinician will provide therapeutic interventions such as CBT and Mindfulness to help member recognize links between symptoms, behaviors, and impairments; develop insight and understanding of his illness; and overcome negative thoughts and feelings.

Therapy: Clinician will provide therapeutic interventions such as CBT to help member identify and correct self-defeating thoughts that may be contributing to his feelings of depression.

Therapy: Clinician will provide therapeutic interventions such as CBT to help member identify and correct self-defeating thoughts that may be contributing to his feelings of anger and anxiety.

Therapy: Clinician will use CBT to help member identify negative patterns of thinking that are interfering with his relationships (e.g., guilt, negative self-image, negative labels) and replace them with more accurate ones.

Therapy: Clinician will provide therapeutic interventions such as CBT and Mindfulness to help member recognize links between symptoms, behaviors, and impairments; develop insight and understanding of his illness; and overcome negative thoughts and feelings.

Therapy: Clinician will use CBT to help member identify “automatic thoughts” that are most closely linked to her fears of abandonment and episodes of anger (e.g., "If people are late, it means they don't respect me"). Will help member challenge these thoughts and replace them with more accurate beliefs.

Therapy: Clinician will help member identify cognitive distortions (inaccurate thoughts and assumptions) that contribute to his anger, and teach him to challenge and replace them with more accurate ones.

Therapy: Clinician will help member explore thinking patterns and behaviors that are sustaining or triggering her panic attacks.

Therapy: Clinician will assist member in identifying thoughts that are most closely linked to his anxiety (e.g., “People won’t like me” or “Everyone can tell there’s something wrong with me”) then help him challenge those thoughts and replace them with more accurate beliefs about himself and the people around him.

Therapy: Clinician will use therapeutic interventions such as DBT and CBT to help member recognize links between symptoms, behaviors, and impairments; develop insight and understanding into her illness; and overcome negative thoughts and feelings.

Therapy: Clinician will use therapeutic interventions such as CBT to help member identify and correct inaccurate thoughts about himself and others that may be contributing to his feelings of anger and tendency to overreact.

Therapy: Clinician will help member identify cognitive distortions (inaccurate thoughts and assumptions) that contribute to his anger, and teach him to challenge and replace them with more accurate ones.

Therapy: Clinician will provide therapeutic interventions such as CBT to help member identify and correct self-defeating thoughts that may be contributing to his feelings of depression.

Therapy: Clinician will use CBT to help member identify, challenge, and replace inaccurate thoughts that are most closely linked to her fears of abandonment and episodes of anger.

Therapy: Clinician will use therapeutic interventions such as CBT to help member identify and correct self-defeating thoughts that may be contributing to feelings of guilt, shame, and hopelessness.

Therapy: Clinician will teach member core DBT skills such as mindfulness, distress tolerance, interpersonal effectiveness, and emotion regulation to manage painful emotions and decrease conflict in relationships.

Therapy: Clinician will use CBT to help member identify negative patterns of thinking that are interfering with her recovery (e.g., the need for substances, cultural stigma, etc.) and replace them with more accurate ones.

Therapy: Clinician will use CBT to help member identify negative patterns of thinking that are interfering with his recovery (e.g., that his illness is shameful, that he is being punished, etc.) and replace them with more positive and accurate ones.

Therapy: Clinician will use therapeutic interventions such as CBT to help member identify and correct self-defeating thoughts that may be contributing to feelings of guilt, fear, and hopelessness.

Therapy: Clinician will use therapeutic interventions such as CBT to help member identify and correct self-defeating thoughts that may be contributing to feelings of guilt and anxiety.

Therapy: Clinician will use therapeutic interventions such as CBT and DBT to help member recognize links between symptoms, behaviors, and impairments; develop insight into her illness; improve life functioning; and overcome negative thoughts and feelings.

 

All PHI has been de-identified per HIPAA Privacy Rule