While the timeline for CBT Psychotherapy varies, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is generally shorter than other types of psychotherapy for a similar presenting problem. In fact, CBT is considered a brief form of psychotherapy. While some clients choose to continue after their sessions after their main concern is addressed, most feel confident to end psychotherapy after they know how to maintain their progress on their own.
Discussions about the length of treatment are ongoing, and a written estimate of the length of care can be provided upon request. This is your right under the “No Surprises Act.”