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How do I know what to bring up in therapy? Website/YouTube Wednesday! #KatiFAQ | Kati Morton

How do I know what to bring up in therapy? Website/YouTube Wednesday! #KatiFAQ | Kati Morton

Hey everybody, happy Wednesday! And like I’ve mentioned yesterday, today will be my last video of the week because it is Thanksgiving weekend in the States and so I will be taking Thursday and Friday off. But I’ll get back on Monday and on Tuesday I’ll be on Tumblr so ask your questions there. Now […]

What is Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) [for posttraumatic stress disorder]?

What is Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) [for posttraumatic stress disorder]?

Dr. Monson The main way in which CPT works is to look at the way people have made sense of the traumatic event, and there are some ways in which you’ve made sense of it that can keep you stuck in the trauma memories, and they keep occurring because you haven’t really developed a story […]

Cognitive Processing Therapy for PTSD

Cognitive Processing Therapy for PTSD

A traumatic event can change the way you think about yourself and the world. You might think you are to blame for what happened or believe you don’t deserve to be happy. You may start to believe the world is unsafe — doing things like going to a grocery store or restaurant may seem too […]

Why You Need Therapy

Why You Need Therapy

Let’s do a quick activity. Get out a piece of paper and a pen. If you don’t have one, that’s okay. You’ll just have to some take mental notes. All set? Okay. Imagine the kind of person who goes to see a therapist. Picture them in your head. You have fifteen seconds. List as many […]

People Talk About Their First Therapy Session

People Talk About Their First Therapy Session

– I consider myself to be really independent and Type A so it was very difficult to stomach the idea that I was going to pay or use my health insurance for someone to help me with my problems. (gentle music) – I actually grew up in a household that was very anti-therapy. I always […]