Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Cognitive behavior, or, in other words, the way individuals perceive a situation, is more closely connected to a person's reaction than to the situation itself. AGL helps people see the relationship between their beliefs, thoughts, and feelings, and what happens next. It is a person's thought process that informs his or her actions, its how you feel about events that determines how you will act. AGL helps by adjusting thoughts that directly influence emotions and behavior thereby avoiding depression or dysfuctional assumptions that may have been established in childhood.
Empowering people to believe they have the capacity for change and are able to contribute to their own growth.
Using inner resources, people can heal.