As in all forms of cognitive behavioral therapies, CBT assume that psychological problems might be caused in part by our maladaptive/unhelpful/irrational ways of thinking, or behaviors.
In CBT, symptoms are not seen as the signs of “deeper issues” since any … Read More
Until mid-60s, behaviorism was the dominant approach in both the understanding and the treatment of psychopathologies.
Then, however, behavior therapists came to
accept that taking classical or operant conditioning as the sole explanation of
the development of psychopathologies and working … Read More
It is inarguably true that CBT is a very structured form of therapy, and, thus, it must be applied only by professionals who have been trained for it. Especially in clinical conditions, indeed, a professional help is indispensable.
However, still, … Read More