Scranton, PADr. John G. Kuna and Associates
How much do our thoughts affect our actions? That’s a question cognitive behavioral therapists ask often. During a Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) session, they look for connections between what we think and how we act.
Consider a student who loves basketball but believes he’s bad at it. He tells himself he’ll miss his shots and cost his team the game each day. As try outs draw near, he feels more and more nervous. This results in trouble sleeping and stomach aches. Ultimately, he rests at home instead of going to try outs.
In this example, a cognitive behavioral therapist might look at how the student’s thoughts led to this outcome and whether positive thinking could lead to better outcomes in the future.
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Scranton, PA 18503
Is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Effective?
The American Psychological Association recognizes CBT as an effective treatment for many problems, including depression, anxiety, drug addiction, and eating disorders.
Where Can I Find a CBT Therapist in Scranton, PA?
At Dr. John G. Kuna and Associates, we provide cognitive behavioral therapy in Scranton, PA. We’re located inside the Professional Arts Building on North Washington Avenue. We have licensed therapists and counselors on staff. Our therapy services cover many areas, including: mental health, domestic violence, trauma, addiction, and disability.
Why Should I Consider CBT?
Cognitive behavioral therapists believe there are unhelpful ways of thinking, leading to distress and poor decisions. If you’ve tried to change in the past only to revert to old habits, cognitive behavioral therapy might be able to help.
Can Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Help Me?
Our cognitive behavioral therapists may be able to help with:
- Drug & Alcohol Addiction
- Anger Management
- Post-traumatic stress disorder
- Anxiety & Depression
- Marital Problems
If you need someone to talk to who can give you an outside point of view, contact Dr. John G. Kuna and Associates. We accept most insurances. In the event your insurance isn’t accepted, we offer a sliding scale for payment to ensure cognitive behavioral therapy is affordable in Scranton, PA.
We look forward to talking with you.
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Online Therapy & Telehealth
Dr. John G. Kuna and Associates understand that with both your busy lives and the effects of COVID-19, coming for in-office therapy appointments may not always be the best option for you. That is why we provide telehealth, so we can be dedicated to meeting your needs wherever you are.