When receiving uncertain news, do you immediately become anxious and assume the worst? If so, you may be ‘catastrophising’. “If a catastrophiser is told something inconclusive…they look for a way to feel in control again immediately. They learn to choose the worst possible outcome because it allows for the greatest sense of relief when they…

CBTC’s Wendy Morgan, LMFT giving an invited address “Cognitive Behavioral Therapy or Dialectical Behavioral Therapy? at NAMI’s Parent and Caregiver Conference in Long Beach, CA. Standing room only!

Forbes magazine highlights the impacts of thoughts on success in the workplace. Specifically, the article helps you recognize common thinking traps that are likely to sabotage your outcomes. Click here to read the full article!

The Atlantic sheds light on this common, but rarely talked about disorder. Hoarding is painful and isolating. The good news is that there is a highly effective evidenced based treatment for it. Click here to read the full article!

This one is especially for the parents – a discussion on the impacts of invalidation. For more on parenting, stay tuned to the CBTC blog, where Dr. Orris will soon begin a regular blog on parenting pitfalls and simple (but never easy) solutions. Click here to read the full article!

Click here to learn about how to get through the inevitable political discussions with your family over the holidays!

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