An Introduction to CBT for Families (includes Downloadable Activities)

An Introduction to CBT for Families (includes Downloadable Activities)


There’s a quote by Henry Ford that says, “Whether you think you can or you can’t, you’re right.” What you think impacts what you do. What you do impacts who you are.

“We are what we think.” – Buddha

“A man is but a product of his thoughts, what he thinks, he becomes.” – Ghandi

Thoughts, they are what make us human and yet, so often, they go on without a second thought (forgive the pun!). Some people forget to use their thoughts while others don’t even realise it’s an option; the only option for a successful, fulfilled life.

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy is a tool for creating happier, calmer minds. How often have you wished to be a calmer parent? How often have you regretted an outburst or unjust decision because you were overwhelmed, frustrated and emotional?

Change your habits, change your life through CBT.

CBT has played a big role in counselling sessions for decades. It has helped countless people overcome anxiety, depression, anger, obsessive behaviours, guilt, poor self-esteem, the list goes on. Positive thinking isn’t about unicorns and fairy dust (although those things are awesome!) it is about understanding the impact our thoughts have on our lives. We all strive for positively charged lives but not all of us accomplish that. CBT bridges the gap between what we want and what we get.

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About the author:

Stephanie Wicker is a child behaviour expert, parenting educator, counsellor and speaker who has successfully guided families through early childhood behaviour for over 15 years.

She has supported families craving stronger relationships with their children through her evidence based programs in her business, Simply Kids, that are grounded in decades of behaviour science.

Stephanie’s passion for Relational Frame Theory (RFT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Developmental Psychology play a big role in her programs.