An Overview of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

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AA022724Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is an effective form of therapy that aims to help a person recognize negative patterns of thought, evaluate them, and replace them with accurate or healthier ways of thinking. CBT also addresses patterns of behavior that result from distorted thinking. This kind of therapy is based on the assumption that faulty patterns of thought are the cause of a person’s negative emotions and behaviors, which lead to depression and anxiety. Continue reading …

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