Managing Cognitive Distortions and Catastrophic Thinking

Life is always changing, and change can be difficult for many. Whenever something happens in our lives, whether it’s a job change or a family illness, our brains can accidentally jump to worst-case scenarios, or catastrophic thinking. Lauren English, a licensed professional counselor and business development representative with Pinnacle Pointe Behavioral Healthcare, recommends some steps you can take when your brain is catastrophic due to anxiety. Read more here.

 


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