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Chronic Anxiety 
Needs a specialized approach

Chronic anxiety is relatively common. Some research indicates that 33% of people with anxiety are chronic anxiety patients. People with chronic anxiety typically take twice as long (5-10 years) to find effective help than someone with chronic depression (3-5 years). The persistence of chronic anxiety typically happens from an over-focus on symptom management and an under-focus on skill development for distressing anxiety symptoms.

Advanced CBT
Treatment for chronic anxiety

Advanced CBT treatment for chronic anxiety emphasizes treating causes not symptoms. Dr. Nabors delivers structured CBT anxiety treatment that focuses on restoring functioning through acquired skill development. Clients are empowered to skillfully and confidently respond to distressing levels of anxiety rather than chronically focusing on anxiety symptom management.

What is Advanced
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy? 

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is an evidence-based treatment for mental health conditions. However, it is not always delivered in an empirical way. Advanced CBT is a higher-quality of CBT that takes a structured scientific approach to its delivery.

A Scientific Approach 
To Addressing Unmanaged Anxiety
Cognitive Component for Thoughts
  1. Create comprehensive cognitive profiles of thinking patterns when anxious.

  2. Identify triggering/problematic belief systems.

  3. Implement effective mental techniques that offset triggering/problematic belief systems 

Cognitive Component for Emotions
  1. Create comprehensive emotional profiles of sensations/feelings when anxious.

  2. Identify most triggering/problematic sensations/feelings experienced when anxious.

  3. Implement effective mental techniques that allow one to be more flexible to most triggering sensations/feelings when anxious. 

Behavioral Component
  1. Create comprehensive lists of behaviors that reinforce triggering/problematic belief systems and sensations.

  2. Modify triggering problematic behaviors when anxious.

  3. Reinforce through strategic exposure new behaviors that help limit distressing cognitive & emotional experiences when anxious.

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