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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a form of talk therapy that aims to change a person’s thought patterns to improve mental health. Oftentimes people experience intrusive unwanted maladaptive reoccurring thoughts. During the sessions, the patient and the psychotherapist identify the intrusive thoughts and search for evidence to challenge these beliefs. This form of therapy addresses a wide range of issues, and it enables the individual to change their thought process, behavior, and ways of communicating. The goal of CBT is to help an individual develop coping skills to change how they think, feel, and behave. As a result, the patient can learn to reclaim and effectively manage their lives. 

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