Category Archives: Approaches to therapy

How cognitive behavioral therapy can benefit you

Therapists use a variety of approaches to the therapy process. One of the most common is cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), which is a general term referring to a type of therapy grounded in the idea that a person’s perception of life influences their quality of life – and that perception can be changed positively, which … Continue reading How cognitive behavioral therapy can benefit you

Using EMDR to Overcome Trauma

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) is a relatively new form of therapy that’s helpful to people who have experienced trauma or a disturbing life experience that is interfering with their mental health. What’s more, EMDR works much faster than conventional psychotherapy, allowing many people to experience relief in just a few sessions. At Westmont … Continue reading Using EMDR to Overcome Trauma