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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is a kind of psychological therapy that helps treat conditions such as depression, substance use disorder, and anxiety. Treatment helps change your thinking patterns. 

What is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy?

Cognitive behavioral therapy is a psychological treatment based on core principles believing that psychological issues are based, at least in part, on unhelpful or faulty ways of thinking and learned, unhelpful, behaviors. CBT is designed to teach new ways of coping with psychological issues to help relieve the symptoms that are harming the individual. 

Common Disorders CBT is Effective in Treating

CBT is able to help with several mental health conditions including depression and anxiety. It can also be used with substance abuse treatment plans and is one of the types of treatment that works for a variety of conditions (including dual diagnoses).

How Does CBT Work?

CBT works by helping individuals change the way they think. Some common CBT strategies include:

  • Using problem-solving skills to cope
  • Building confidence 
  • Learning to identify distorted thinking and reevaluate issues after doing so
  • Facing fears rather than avoiding them (when safe to do so)
  • Focusing more on being mindful
  • Role playing to prepare for interactions
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Substance Abuse and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Cognitive behavioral therapy is one of the services you will have access to in our inpatient mental health program or in our substance use disorder programs. It is often used in inpatient treatment, but outpatient treatment can also include it (such as in individual therapy sessions). Substance use disorder treatment programs and treatment facilities may use CBT to help you identify the signs of cravings or to highlight negative thought patterns that could lead to relapse. 

Is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Covered by Insurance?

Cognitive behavioral therapy may be covered by insured plans, depending on the insurance company. At Solution Based Treatment, we will contact your insurer when you seek treatment, so we can tell you exactly how much you’ll pay for treatment out of pocket. Often, insurance providers cover the cost of treatment completely after you meet your deductible, but plans do vary. To find out, call (833) 999-1941.

Our Approach to Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

After going through detox, it’s common to struggle with thoughts of returning to substance use, even though it’s not in your best interest. Our approach to CBT starts by listening to you and figuring out what thought patterns may be contributing to a negative self-image or other kinds of difficulties in your life. Then, we’ll work to correct those thought patterns. CBT is often used in combination with other psychological and physical treatment options such as medication or support groups. 

Our Treatment Programs 

At Solution Based Treatment, we have multiple treatment programs to help you get well. 

Inpatient Detox Programs

Our inpatient detox programs are designed to help you stop using substances without the risk of serious withdrawal symptoms. Inpatient detox is a 24-hour-per-day program with around-the-clock medical support. 

Inpatient Rehab Programs

In our inpatient rehab programs, we help you get a jump start on recovery. We have inpatient mental health and substance use disorder programs to guide you to a life of sobriety.

Intensive Outpatient Programs

Intensive outpatient programs require you to come to the treatment facility most days of the week for at least half the day.

Day Treatment (Partial Hospitalization Programs)

Partial hospitalization programs (PHP) are a good alternative for those who don’t qualify for inpatient care or who cannot remain in care overnight. PHP programs take place daily for the majority of the day. You will return to your residence in the evenings.

How Do I Determine if My Insurance Will Cover Treatment?

PPO Insurance Coverage for CBT

Rehabs that accept PPO insurance don’t necessarily need to be in your network for you to have at least some coverage. Our Admissions Department will verify your benefits to let you know how much you’ll pay. Call us at (833) 999-1941.

HMO Insurance Coverage for CBT

Rehabs that accept HMO insurance must be within your insurance network. Otherwise, you will cover all costs out-of-pocket. Solution Based Treatment is in-network with many insurance companies. Call us at (833) 999-1941 to find out if your treatment with us will be covered by your plan.

Our Treatment Team

Our treatment team is made up of professionals skilled in CBT and other treatments. We’re here to help you make the most of your time with us. Let us guide you and help you find the right path out of addiction.

Why Solution Based Treatment for CBT?

At Solution Based Treatment, we put your needs first. Our priority is your health, safety, and comfort as you move through our programs and focus on a life without substance abuse.

FAQ’s About Alcohol CBT

Where can I find cognitive-behavioral therapy near me? 

Ready to find cognitive behavior therapy near me? Call us at Solution Based Treatment to get started on the admissions process at (833) 999-1941.

If you searched online for “Cognitive behavioral therapy near me” Solution Based Treatment can help. Not only do we serve clients nationwide, we also help people locally for outpatient care. We provide day treatment to those in Temecula, CA, Murrieta, CA, Menifee, CA, Wildomar, CA, French Valley, CA, Lake Elsinore, CA, Canyon Lake, CA, French Valley, CA, Corona, CA, Vista, CA, Escondido, CA, San Marcos, CA, and Fallbrook, CA. 

Who offers the best cognitive behavioral therapy near me? 

You’ll find the right treatment when you call us at Solution Based Treatment. If you can’t travel to us, we’ll help you find treatment near you.

At Solution Based Treatment, we are the home of one of the best cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) programs in the country. We also offer evidence-based detox, local intensive outpatient programs, and day treatment (Partial Hospitalization Programs) for those going through substance use disorder or who have a dual diagnosis. 


Cognitive Behavioral Therapy