Category: Cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT)

Cognitive Behaviour Therapy. Evidence-based treatment approach to addressing cognitive distortions. Based on premise that thoughts influence feelings and behaviour and emotions can in turn influence thoughts. Distressing emotions and maladaptive behaviours are the result of faulty thinking. Techniques include exposure, activity scheduling, relaxation, and behaviour modification. Includes metacognitive therapy and skills training.

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