Cognitive-behavioral therapy targets current problems and symptoms and focuses on recognizing the relationship between behaviors, thoughts, and feelings and changing patterns that reduce pleasure and interfere with a person’s ability to function at his/her best. Several authors have suggested that Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) is a good fit for people with intellectual disabilities (Bhaumik, Gangadharan, Hiremath, & Russell, ; Goldfarb & Frankel, ). Therefore, this research project seeks to answer the question: “What are the known outcomes of Cognitive Behavior Therapy for adultsAuthor: Crystal Barrera.
Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) is a popular and empirically supported treatment for a number of common mental health problems, including mild to moderate major depressive disorder, generalized anxiety disorder, panic disorder, social phobia, and bulimia nervosa. An attachment-based approach can be used in individual, family, couple, and group therapy, with both children and adults, to helps clients mend or recover from fractured family relationships.
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