Patient-Centered Cognitive Therapy in Rocky Mount, NC

Find the high-quality psychiatric care you deserve at Supportive Living Concepts in Rocky Mount, NC. Our office specializes in cognitive behavioral therapy and mental health counseling for all mood, anxiety, and eating disorders in adults. From diagnoses to treatment plans, we’ll help you understand what’s needed to both live and cope with your condition and how you can improve your quality of life.

What is Cognitive Therapy?

Cognitive behavioral therapy is one of the best tools to use for depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, and other mental health conditions. With cognitive behavioral therapy, you’ll learn more about your condition, including triggers, thought patterns, and coping strategies. By delving deeper into your condition and understanding destructive behavior through cognitive behavioral therapy, you’ll learn newer ways to recognize behaviors before they worsen, gain problem- solving skills, and change the way your brain functions. 

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Coping with Your Condition

Whether you have ADD or bipolar disorder, there are always ways to cope and adjust common destructive behaviors. Since 1992, our psychiatric professionals at Supportive Living Concepts have helped many patients discover better coping strategies. It’s important to understand the difference between negative and positive coping strategies. If you participate in any negative coping strategies, it will only lead to further problems. At each mental health counseling session with our professionals, you’ll receive all of the resources and tools you need to practice better coping strategies.

Mental Health Matters

One out of five adults in the United States experiences a mental illness or condition. Only 43 percent of adults seek or receive the mental health treatment they need. Untreated mental illness can lead to a drastic change in quality of life, including eating habits, exercise, and relationships. Our team is here to make sure you receive the psychiatric care you need. Making your mental health a priority is the first step to healthier living. 

Receive Help Today

There’s no shame in seeking help when you need it. Supportive Living Concepts helps others help themselves. Call our office today to schedule your first appointment.

(252) 886-3464