COGNITIVE BEHAVIORAL THERAPY (CBT)

Greek and Roman ideas are that the way we think about our world and ourselves plays an important role in our emotions and behaviors.  Buddha said” we are what we think”.  The  main domain of the CBT  is to help the person identify and change the negative ideas or thought process to more positive helping ones. As we can think about our thought we can change them.   These thoughts can be information we receive from outside in the environment, or automatic thoughts which are part of the person internal dialogue, and the programs that are unspoken rules or core beliefs that are learned through early childhood, which every person holds about self, others, and the world.  When negative thoughts or innate programs are translated to positive ones, accordingly the person’s feelings and behavior will change to better.

 


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