Find a cognitive behavioral (cbt) therapists in Plano, TX

Find cognitive behavioral (cbt) therapists in Plano, TX

Find cognitive behavioral (cbt) therapists in Plano, TX

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Find cognitive behavioral (cbt) therapists in Plano, TX

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Top 10 cognitive behavioral (cbt) therapists in Plano, TX

Clients agree: these therapists are highly rated for knowledge, experience, communication, and more.
Heather Carlile, MA, LPC

Heather Carlile, MA, LPC

Offers online services
2 hires on Thervo
31+ years in business
Serves Plano, TX
Leah says, "Heather is the wisest woman I know! She is articulate and kind, pours her whole heart into her work, and has such a gracious spirit and way of being. I would strongly suggest her as a therapist, author, and public speaker. She is an amazing person!" Read more
Indigo Souls

Indigo Souls

New on Thervo
Offers online services
5 hires on Thervo
7+ years in business
Serves Plano, TX
Good day,I have eight years of providing professional massage therapy.Curently licensed in , Virginia, Florida and Texas.Prior to massage therapy I worked as a Hospice nurse.My therapy includes individualized care.I am proficient in Swedish,Deep relaxation, Reflexology,Deep tissue and Lomi, Lomi. I am a graduate of Columbia college.I provide mobile massage therapy only.I have worked in Spas, Physical therapy, Chiropractor offices,as well as gyms.I found that mobile massage is more convenient for my clients and they never have to feel the pressure of sales tactics at a spa . Massage therapy is very subjective .I care for each and every one of
Addiction Recovery Associates

Addiction Recovery Associates

Offers online services
3 hires on Thervo
11+ years in business
Serves Plano, TX
Sheldon C. says, "I liked how she was curious, knowledgeable, personable and empathetic. I learned a lot about myself and how to control my anger. I would recommend her anger management class to anyone." Read more

Your cognitive behavioral therapy questions, answered

Answers to commonly asked questions from the experts on Thervo.

How much does cognitive behavioral therapy cost?

Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) costs $100 to $250 per session without insurance, depending on your location. Prices are on the high end of the range in major metropolitan areas like Los Angeles and New York. Many therapists offer virtual therapy appointments for $50 to $200 per session

The average cost of CBT with insurance is $20 to $60 per session for the copay. However, many health insurance plans do not cover therapy costs unless you have a billable diagnosis, such as depression or bipolar disorder.

Online therapy costs $50 to $110 per week for a membership plan or $85 to $135+ per session. Onlien therapy websites provide therapy in a variety of formats, depending on the site. Popular formats include text messaging, online chat, email, phone, or live video sessions with a licensed therapist.

What is cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT)?

Cognitive behavioral therapy is a popular form of therapy that focuses on identifying and changing thought patterns that have a negative influence on your behavior or emotions. CBT is a structured, goal-oriented treatment approach based on these core principles:

  • Our thoughts impact our feelings and behaviors.
  • Our deeply rooted core beliefs impact how we view ourselves, our environment, and our future.
  • Unhelpful thought patterns can contribute to mental health problems and negative behaviors.
  • Recognizing how our thoughts, feelings, and behaviors are connected and changing how we think can improve our mental health and well-being.

What can cognitive behavioral therapy help with?

Cognitive behavioral therapy can help with a wide variety of concerns, including these and more:

  • Depression and mood changes
  • Eating disorders
  • Anxiety or panic attacks
  • Chronic stress
  • Phobias
  • Addiction and substance use
  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  • Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
  • Marriage and relationship problems
  • Grief and loss
  • Personality disorders

Does cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) work?

Cognitive behavioral therapy is one of the most successful treatment methods available. Many research studies have demonstrated CBT to be as effective as or more effective than other therapy methods and medications.

However, CBT works best for individuals who take an active role in their treatment and apply the skills and techniques learned in their therapy sessions to challenges they face in everyday life. It's also important to remember results take time, and though CBT can significantly improve your mental health, some issues could persist after therapy ends.

Where can I find the best cognitive behavioral therapist near me?

When searching for a therapist for CBT, it's important to choose one who makes you feel comfortable, safe, and respected. Follow these tips in your search:

  • If you have a specific concern—such as depression, stress, or addiction—look for therapists who specialize in that area.
  • Ask your medical provider for recommendations.
  • Read reviews from other clients on Thervo and Google.
  • Confirm the therapist accepts your insurance or offers a sliding-scale rate.
  • Ask about telemedicine and virtual visit options.
  • Schedule an initial consultation to make sure you're happy with the therapist's communication style and empathy.

What questions should I ask cognitive behavioral therapists?

Ask these questions to help you find the best therapist for you:

  • How long have you been practicing?
  • What are your certifications?
  • What is your philosophy as a therapist?
  • Are you more directive or guiding in your sessions?
  • What does a typical therapy session look like?
  • How long will each session last?
  • Do you give homework or reading assignments?
  • How many sessions do you expect I'll need?
  • How do you determine success in therapy?
  • What is your success rate in treating past clients with this issue?

Reviews for Plano cognitive behavioral (cbt) therapists

Recent success stories from people in the Plano area.
Wynne V.
Heather is passionate about helping you cut through the emotional fog of your trauma and focus on your healing. She is brilliant, knowledgable, experienced, funny and armed with very effective tools to help you reach your personal development goals. I highly recommend her.
Heather Carlile, MA, LPC
Sheldon C.
Addiction Recovery Associates
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