As the name implies, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) combines two psychological approaches: cognitive and behavioral therapy. Although the two methods are different from each other, they have been combined because psychologists have this common belief that any action is mainly pushed or caused by a thought or cognition.
Cognitive behavioral therapy helps addicts to learn new coping skills with the help of a Cognitive Behavioral therapist. It is a fast and accurate strategy for addicts of any addiction to stay sober. The entire treatment takes between ten to fifteen sessions; however, it is well worth it.
This book (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy) contains the best advice from a former patient suffering from Anxiety, Depression, Anger, Panic, Worries, and intrusive thoughts inspired by compassion, is a gift to fellow casualties of negative thought patterns, destructive behaviors, self-loathers, and for those wishing freedom from persistent demons.
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