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The San Francisco Bay Area Center for Cognitive Therapy
Cognitive Therapy Blog
Emerging news and perspectives on CBT theory and practice
Lack of sleep makes our teenagers not only drowsy, grumpy, and inattentive but also risks their well-being, health, and lives. Here are some of the best strategies for parents to help their teens get some sleep.
We're encouraged from childhood to be the "best," but unrealistic expectations can lead to depression, anxiety and negative self-image. Here are videos and other resources to help you understand and manage the problem of perfectionism.
Welcome to Cognitive Currents, our blog of news and newsworthy advances relevant to CBT! Cognitive Currents reports on current advances and emerging perspectives in the arena of cognitive theory and practice. Since the Center was established in 1995, we have been committed to providing compassionate care that utilizes the most current, relevant, and rigorously researched treatments for the problems that we treat. We realized that we have an opportunity to share what we know and emerging information available on cognitive behavioral treatments, including current news, research findings, and applications of concepts related to CBT.
Cognitive Currents will feature monthly updates and specific features written by individual partners based on their areas of expertise. Come here to find current news, exciting research developments, alternative perspectives, or just a little inspiration.