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CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy)

How does cognitive behavioral therapy work ?

Cognitive behavioral therapy seeks to identify illogical thought patterns and learned patterns of unhelpful behavior. It encourages learning to recognize one’s problematic distortions in thinking, and then to re-evaluate them in light of reality. It also seeks to gain a better understanding of our behaviors and  the motivations behind them. With this awareness, the patient begins to learn problem-solving skills to create an empowering perspective around difficult situations and develop a greater sense of confidence in one’s own abilities and decision making.