Research shows that CBT is just as effective as antidepressant medication in treating depression, anxiety, and a host of other emotional and adjustment problems, and that it is more effective than medication in preventing relapse. For almost 20 years, Dr. Amy Wenzel has delivered CBT to clients in clinical settings, trained therapists across the globe in CBT, and developed innovative cognitive behavioral treatment programs.
Handbook of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Volume 1
Handbook of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Volume 2
I continue to be struck by how quickly and thoroughly CBT brings relief to people who struggle with depression, anxiety, and life stress, as well as by its applicability to almost every problem for which people seek psychotherapy. I practice CBT in an evidence-based manner, meaning that I use strategies that research has shown to be effective. However, I apply these strategies in an individualized manner that is unique to each client’s current problems and strengths. I invite you to contact me via phone or email for a free telephone consultation to learn more about ways CBT can help you improve your quality of life and life satisfaction.