Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
CBT is one of the most researched therapies in the modern world. This therapy is based on the premise that many of our problems stem from unhelpful thought patterns, which lead to difficult emotions and problematic behaviors.
How it works. Through questions and other techniques, the therapist helps clients bring awareness to their thoughts and beliefs and then offers ways to challenge those and replace them with more objective, reality-based thoughts. The therapist may use homework and experiments to help clients apply their new skills in real-life situations.
Who may benefit from it? CBT is quite versatile and it is proven to be effective for depression, anxiety, phobias, traumas, substance use, and many other issues. It can be suitable for clients who are practical and goal-oriented and who prefer to have an active role in their healing.
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