Free Resource: Everything You Need to Know About CBT
Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) helps many adults with ADHD to manage the negative thoughts and unhealthy habits that often accompany the condition. Learn the facts about CBT in this FAQ.
What Is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy?
Cognitive behavioral therapy — more commonly known as CBT — is an umbrella term for a type of therapy originally designed to treat PTSD and anxiety disorders. In recent years, however, CBT has expanded to treat ADHD in adults, opening up an effective, non-medical pathway for adults looking to better manage difficult symptoms related to organization, time management, and self-esteem.
In this free resource, you’ll learn the answers to some of the most common questions about CBT, including how it works for people with ADHD, what a session will typically look like, and where you can start searching for a competent therapist in your area.
If you’re interested in trying CBT — or just want to learn the facts about this well-regarded alternative treatment — this free resource is the place to get started. Download now!
NOTE: This resource is for personal use only.