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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Light On Anxiety offers empirically-based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and related modalities in individual therapy sessions, group therapy, and intensive outpatient treatment. We help you in moving past anxiety and related mental health conditions as rapidly and effectively as possible.

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Therapy Formats

Light On Anxiety offers therapy treatments for anxiety and related disorders to clients of all ages.

Individual Therapy

We are passionate about helping clients through their journey of managing and coping with anxiety and related disorders. All of our therapists are dedicated to creating a strong therapist-client relationship to help foster growth and to help form healthy techniques to manage anxiety.

Based on your customized treatment plan, you will engage in weekly sessions that may include:

Walk & Talk Therapy

We are here to help you push past anxiety and depression one powerful step at a time! You and your therapist will engage in CBT while taking a brisk walk to get you active and moving forward towards your goals.

Intensive Outpatient Treatment

If you could benefit from more intensive treatment, a team of therapists can provide 2 to 5 individual sessions per week. You will engage in empirically-validated treatment approaches such as CBT, Exposure Response Prevention (ERP), Acceptance Commitment Therapy (ACT) and mindfulness training to obtain freedom from your symptoms are rapidly as possible.

Group Therapy

We offer group therapy treatment support so you can build community while growing your personal skills in an empathetic environment. Group therapy and support groups provide an empathetic environment where individuals can share their experiences and challenges. This helps foster a sense of belonging while gaining diverse perspectives that can lead to personal growth and healing.

How Is CBT Different From Traditional Talk Therapy?

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Treatment Modalities

Light On Anxiety utilizes empirically-supported, action-oriented, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)-based treatment modalities. We provide you with the tools to decrease anxiety and increase life satisfaction, including cognitive therapy to learn to “talk back” to worry thoughts, guided exposure therapy to feared stimuli, and behavioral activation support to assist you in  engaging in valued living.

Consider Light On Anxiety your brain gym. A little bit of consistent, hard work will go a long way in earning you a lifetime of freedom from anxiety and OCD.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

CBT is a structured, evidence-based therapy that focuses on identifying and challenging negative thought patterns and behaviors. It helps individuals develop coping strategies to manage their symptoms and achieve their treatment goals.


Mindfulness involves paying attention to the present moment without judgment. It teaches individuals to cultivate awareness and acceptance of their thoughts, emotions, and sensations, promoting greater self-awareness and emotional regulation.

Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)

DBT combines cognitive-behavioral techniques with mindfulness and acceptance strategies. It helps individuals learn to regulate emotions, improve interpersonal skills, and cope with distressing situations more effectively.

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)

ACT encourages individuals to accept their thoughts and feelings rather than trying to control or avoid them. It emphasizes acceptance, and values-based action to promote psychological flexibility and well-being.

Interoceptive Exposures

Interoceptive exposures involve gradually exposing individuals to physical sensations that provoke anxiety or discomfort. It helps desensitize individuals to bodily sensations associated with anxiety, panic, or other distressing emotions.

In Vivo Exposures

In Vivo exposures involve facing feared situations or stimuli in real-life settings. It helps individuals confront and overcome their fears, gradually building confidence and reducing avoidance behaviors.

Imaginal Exposures

Imaginal exposure involves systematically confronting and processing feared thoughts or memories in the imagination. It helps individuals confront traumatic experiences or intrusive thoughts, reducing their emotional impact and promoting healing.

Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP)

ERP is a core component of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) used to treat anxiety disorders, OCD, and related conditions. It involves gradually exposing individuals to feared situations, thoughts, or stimuli while preventing the use of compulsive or avoidance behaviors. Through repeated exposure, individuals learn to tolerate anxiety and reduce the power of their fears, leading to symptom improvement and increased confidence in managing challenging situations.

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