Cognitive Behavior Therapy
CBT for depression, anxiety and addictions.
Cognitive behavioral therapy, also known as CBT, can be used to change negative thought patterns that interfere with daily functioning and healthy moods. It is considered a practical approach to managing and solving problems related to emotions and interpersonal relationships. CBT works by exploring specific forms of faulty thinking and replacing them with more realistic or neutral thoughts. CBT can be applied to a variety of concerns including depression, anxiety, addictions, and even insomnia. When used in combination with other forms of therapy, including solution focused or clinical hypnotherapy done at Self-Unlimited, CBT can address problems relatively quickly and efficiently compared with other forms of psychotherapy.
See psychcentral.com to read more about CBT.