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What is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)?

CBT is a general psychotherapeutic approach to counseling using the Cognitive Model for Emotions, which is based on the idea that our thoughts or cognitions directly influence our emotional responses which in turn directly affects the way we act or behave. CBT was primarily developed as a combination of behavioral therapy and cognitive therapy; however it is now considered to be a general term classifying a larger group of similar therapies. The CBT model aims at solving problems through a goal-oriented manner, focusing on each person’s individual and unique set of concerns. CBT is largely an educational model and emphasizes homework between sessions to give the client the opportunity to practice newly learned ideas and skills.

Examples of evidence-based treatments using the CBT model include but are not limited to: Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy (REBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and Mastery of Panic and Anxiety (MAP), Prolonged Exposure Therapy for Anxiety-Panic and PTSD, Trauma Focused CBT and countless others.   CBT is applicable and proven effective in the treatment of relationship issues including marriage counseling, personality disorders, children’s behavioral disorders, anxiety and depressive disorders, trauma related disorders, substance abuse disorders, eating disorders and countless other emotional and behavioral problems.