Individual Psychotherapy

Julia Babcock, Ph.D
Psychologist serving West University, Braes Heights, the Medical Center, the Galleria and the Greater Houston Area.
I specialize in treating depression, anxiety, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.
verified by Psychology Today

What Is Cognitive-Behavior Therapy?
CBT is typically a short-term, problem-focused therapy that relies of scientific research. The focus is on the difficulties in the present, although in understanding these difficulties occasionally early life experiences are discussed. The idea principle is that you can change the way you think to change the way you feel. The goal of therapy is to teach the individuals to be their own therapists by providing strategies to evaluate their thinking and manage problematic behaviors. The emphasis is on providing you with the tools you need to make progress towards the goals you set. The therapy is active and may involve homework and conducting “experiments” between sessions.