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Unread June 9th, 2010, 08:25 AM
Carlns Carlns is offline
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Default Re: Is CBT more effective that other psychotherapies?

CBT is definitely an effective approach where you systametically identify, challenge and overcome your dysfunctional thoughts, behavior and emotions. The benefit of CBT therapy is that you can change the way you think so that you feel and act better, even if the situation hasn't changed. CBT is used in most traditional face-to-face therapy sessions and it has shown to be very effective since it was first introduced in the 1950's.

With online CBT sessions, the best part is you are actually healing yourself with a regularized approach in monitoring your behaviour. Nobody else can better know about you than yourself. CBT actually takes this into account. You answer your own behavior, with CBT therapy you can view your progress from where you have started.
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