Cognitive Behavioral Therapy : Psycho Social Intervention

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a type of psychological treatment that has been effective for certain issues including depression, anxiety issues, conjugal issues, dietary issues, and serious psychological instability. Research studies recommend that CBT prompts huge improvement in quality of life. In many investigations, CBT has been shown to be much effective than other psychiatric treatments. Advances in CBT have been made based on both examination and clinical practice. To be sure, CBT is a methodology for which there is abundant logical proof that the strategies that have been grown brought a change.


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