Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

by Noah Rubinstein

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Useful in Substance Abuse Recovery A GoodTherapy.org News Headline New research shows the importance of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) in the recovery of those with drug and alcohol use.

http://www.goodtherapy.org/blog/cognitive-behavioral-therapy-useful-substance-abuse-recovery/

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cognitive behavioural therapy
by: Jenny Ledd

According to CBT, it is largely our thinking about (interpretation and processing of) events that leads to our emotional and behavioural upsets. We human beings cause our own upsettness, therefore we can uncause it! CBT helps us to overcome most of the emotional and behavioural challenges life throws at us ? to change unhealthy thinking patterns ? and learn new coping skills for stressful situations.

But first ? we have to recognise and accept it when we have unhealthy thinking patterns. This post explains what they are, and takes a look at how CBT theory might apply to those struggling with dating/social skills.

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