Acceptance and commitment therapy is a transdiagnostic approach found to be effective in treating a wide range of problems. This recent study shows promising outcomes in its use with chronic pain. Check it out! Click here to learn more!

In this article, SNL star Pete Davidson speaks up against those suggesting that people with BPD cannot maintain healthy relationships. The stigmatization of mental illness and specifically borderline personality disorder is one of the barriers to people asking for help and getting the treatment they need. Borderline personality disorder is curable and we at CBTC…

Actor and writer Will Wheaton candidly blogs about his experience with anxiety and depression in his effort to reduce stigma around mental illness. His raw account of his deep struggle and his progress in therapy is brave and inspiring. Click here to learn more!

New findings indicate that Preventative Cognitive Therapy (PCT) reduced depressive relapse when discontinuing antidepressant medication. Click here to learn more!

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Glitch in the System: Emotions as truth Posted on September 27, 2017 by thoughtisafunnyword The emotional system can be as vital as a pumping heart when it comes to human survival. Take fear, for example. Without fear, most of us would not have made it this far. We would have been curious about rattlesnakes, been…

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