Cognitive Behavioral therapy

Cognitive Gesture Remedy also known as CBT is a form of psychotherapy. It is implicated in the treatment of brain and psychiatric illnesses and boosts happiness by altering dysfunctional feelings, actions, and studies. The main benefit of this cognitive gesture remedy is that it focuses on results; it encourages cases to challenge distorted cognitions and transform into destructive gesture patterns. It is based on the conception of conduct linked to studies, conduct, passions, physical sensations and individual passions. This mode helps deal with inviting issues in a more direct and positive way.

  • Cognitive restructuring or reframing
  • Guided discovery
  • Exposure therapy
  • Behavioral experiments
  • Journaling and thought records

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