Cognitive behavioural Therapy
It’s called “cognitive behavioral” therapy because the treatment approach is composed of two main areas — changing your cognitions, or thoughts, and changing your behaviors.
CBT is a short-term form of psychotherapy directed at present-time issues. The focus is on problem solving, and the goal is to change clients' thought patterns in order to change their responses to difficult situations. A CBT approach can be applied to a wide range of mental health issues and conditions and can be applied in individual or in group therapy.
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