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Cognitive behavioral therapy

Client stories about CBT

Have you recently received a diagnosis of depression or experienced traumatic experiences? Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is a widely used form of therapy. On this page you will find stories of iPractice clients and how CBT has helped them recover and process trauma, depression or an anxiety disorder.


These experiences, directly from our clients, are not only their personal stories but also a source of inspiration. They honestly demonstrate how Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and your own solution-focused approach can help improve mental and emotional well-being.


In these stories, you will get a glimpse into how CBT works and how different people have found their own path to recovery. It’s important to note that everyone has their own path. Everyone experiences it differently and everyone deals with their needs for help differently. The stories here may help you or give you an idea of what to expect. Your own experience will always remain unique.
Experiences related to Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Personal story Emma
Emma, 25, felt completely disconnected from her surroundings at times during her graduation. She didn’t know exactly what it was, what it was ca...
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Personal story Kim
Kim, 24, had been suffering from anxiety and ruminating thoughts for some time. These were affecting her daily life. The thoughts and anxiety were...
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Personal story Luc
Luc, 26, felt extremely down and no longer derived pleasure from anything. He no longer had confidence in the people around him and everything was ver...
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Personal story Whesley
Whesley, 29, often felt unwell. At first he thought it would go away on its own, but decided to see a psychologist after multiple panic attacks at wor...
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