Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: Learning how our thoughts, emotions, and behaviors influence each other

CBT guides clients through identifying a conflict, restructuring their thoughts around the issue, and then developing skills to help challenge their reactions to that conflict. Because we, as humans, all experience thoughts and emotions, CBT can be widely applicable in day-to-day life, regardless of whether or not you have a mental health diagnosis.

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College Behavioral Health Care As An Institutional Investment

Colleges have traditionally viewed the costs of providing student behavioral health services solely as an administrative expense. However, a strong case can be made for viewing student behavioral health care as an investment that can generate financial returns to the institution.

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