What is CBT?
CBT treats the client as a person whose maladaptive thinking has lead to changes in their emotions and behavior. These changes affect the relationship that clients have with themselves and others.
What to Expect.
The basic steps of Cognitive-Behavioral Assessment include identifying critical behaviors, determine whether their behaviors are excesses or deficits, and evaluate critical behaviors for frequency, duration, or intensity. If the critical behaviors are in excess, it attempts to decrease the frequency or intensity; if there is a deficit, it will attempt to increase behavioral frequency, intensity, and duration.
How it Helps.
CBT is shown to help manage symptoms of anxiety, bipolar disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder, additions, and eating disorders.
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