Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) Groups for Anxiety and Panic

What is CBT?

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a skills-based treatment focusing on how thoughts and actions influence emotions.

An anxiety skills group might be a good fit for you if you:

Cancel plans or avoid people you’d like to see and places you’d like to go

Over-think what you say and do and then are really hard on yourself afterwards

Experience intense physical sensations when anxious such as feeling hot, nauseous, dizzy, and heart racing

Mean it when you say you’ll do something tomorrow or next week but then it doesn’t happen

Sometimes feel completely overwhelmed even though no one around you is aware of your struggles

Ready to get started?

Group Members will learn and practice new skills to:

Understand your anxiety and its purpose

Catch anxiety earlier before it becomes debilitating

Follow through on your plans even when feeling anxious

Increase tools to manage anxious thoughts and feelings

Reduce panic attacks

Accurately express yourself so you can get the help you need and feel better understood by the important people in your life