Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: Changing The Way One Thinks

One of the most common forms of psychotherapy used in behavioral health services at addiction treatment centers is cognitive behavioral therapy, or CBT. Unlike medication treatment for addiction, psychotherapy utilizes speech to address substance abuse disorders. Commonly referred to as “talk therapy,” CBT differs from psychoanalysis. It lasts relatively short periods of time, and is critical in helping people overcome the throes of addiction. Furthermore, CBT may even be the

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