“Happiness is when what you think, what you say, and what you do are in harmony.”
– Mahatma Gandhi
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Co-founder of the Mental & Emotional Health Division of NPT HealthWorks
David Hatch, MSW, LICSW
Types of Therapy
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
CBT is a psychotherapeutic treatment used to help patients understand the thoughts and feelings play a fundamental role in our behaviors. The goal is to teach clients that while it is impossible to control every aspect of the world within which they exist, they can take control of how they interpret their environment. It is generally used to help clients focus and deal with specific problem(s). During a course of treatment, clients will learn how to identify and alter destructive or disturbing thought patterns that have negatively influenced behavior and emotions.
CBT is commonly used to treat a wide range of disorders, including addictions, depression, and anxiety.
Motivational Interviewing facilitates change by focusing on motivational processes within a client. It explores and resolves ambivalence and supports change in a manner congruent with a client’s personal values. The approach has two parts, first, to increase your motivation and second, encourage commitment to change. Our clinician’s role is more about listening than intervening. The goal is to help clients become motivated to change behaviors that are preventing them from making healthier choices. It is often used on clients who start unmotivated, or unprepared for change, to prepare them for further, more specific types of therapies.
In psychodynamic therapy, the goal is to help our client become self-aware and understand the influence of the past on present behavior. The approach helps the client examine unresolved conflicts and symptoms caused by past dysfunctional relationships and/or situations.