Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT)

Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT)

Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) is a type of cognitive-behavioural therapy that has been found to help with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

Safety

You may be concerned about your ability to safeguard yourself and others.

Trust

You may have doubts about your own judgment or the judgments and motives of others. You feel powerless to control your own destiny or to influence the lives of those you care about.

Esteem

You may have a distorted view of yourself and/or others. Perhaps seeing oneself as damaged or others as horrible is how you see yourself and/or others.

Intimacy

You may feel as though you’re unable to connect with or be accepted by others.

These ideas, in turn, produce unpleasant feelings such as worry, anxiety, guilt, and anger that can stifle your healing. CPT focuses on teaching you a set of behaviours to help you combat these negative ideas and gain control over their influence on your life.

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