Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Calming the Mind
Our Licensed Mental Health Experts at Resolutions Therapy Wichita KS are Here to Help You!
Cognitive Therapy for Mental Clarity
Stress, anxiety, and depression are the three most common mental illnesses that plague our minds. At times, the symptoms of these mental illnesses can be overwhelming and affect our daily lives. However, the symptoms associated with stress, anxiety, and depression are all manageable. Our mental health experts are here to provide insight as they guide you toward a solution.
Our Expert Therapists in Wichita, KS
Dealing with mental adversity can be challenging and, at times, feel overwhelming. However, the mental health field has been around for hundreds of years, and there are volumes of research to address the symptoms you are facing. As such, feeling tense and unsettled can disrupt your daily life, and cognitive behavioral therapy could be the answer.
Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, or CBT, is a talking therapy that can help manage issues you're having. CBT is done by identifying thought patterns and changing the way one thinks and behaves. CBT is a popular method used to treat anxiety and depression, and other mental and physical problems.
Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, or DBT, is a modified type of cognitive behavior therapy. This type of therapy teaches people to live in the moment, coping skills for stress, regulate emotions, solve relationship problems, and form healthy new relationships.
Initially, this type of therapy was developed to treat borderline personality disorder but has been discovered to help those having difficulty with emotion regulation or showing signs of self-destructive behavior such as eating disorders and substance abuse disorders. Additionally, this type of therapy has been used on occasion to treat post-traumatic stress disorder.
Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy (mindfulness therapy) is a type of psychotherapy that combines cognitive therapy, meditation, and mindfulness. This modality was meant to build upon cognitive therapy, integrating it with a program to form mindfulness-based stress reduction therapy.
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Therapy, or EMDR, is a psychotherapy treatment intended to relieve one's distress associated with traumatic memories. The therapeutic technique facilitates the accessing and processing of the traumatic memories and other adversity in finding an adaptive resolution.
Simply fill out our contact form, and our friendly mental health support staff will get you started in finding a therapist that suits your needs. In the meantime, please check out our therapist's page to get an idea of which therapist could be an ideal fit for you.
A session with a counselor at Resolutions Therapy Center will typically last about 55-min.
Absolutely. Our therapists accept a wide array of insurance providers to help minimize the therapy costs. Additionally, we offer a sliding scale based on income for therapy sessions ranging $60-$125 per session for those who would rather not use health insurance. Please contact us if you have any additional questions about health insurance and billing.
We provide our services to almost all age groups, from children to adults. Additionally, we also offer family therapy for families who are seeking therapy.
We are located in three different areas of Wichita, Kansas, for the convenience of our clients. For those that do live nearby, some of our mental health experts do offer telehealth. For more information about our location, please visit our locations page.
The length of therapy depends entirely on the individual, couple, family, etc. Everyone has a different mind, and the issues that one has are different for each person. A couple that needs marriage counseling might only need a couple of weeks to solve their relationship problems, or they could take several months. An individual facing severe anxiety and depression might need to see a counselor for a couple of weeks but then come back a month later. Ultimately, the length of the therapy needed is on a case-by-case basis. Our professional mental health staff is results-oriented, and they hope to provide you with effective treatment so you can focus on living your best life.