What is Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT)?
Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is a form of conversation treatment that put its single-mindedness on how people's thoughts, attitudes, and beliefs greatly affect their behavior and feelings. However, cognitive behavioral therapy teaches skills needed to tackle various problems.
It makes use of cognitive therapy to examining what people are thinking and also uses behavioral therapy to examine things they do.
CBT believes the idea that people's behavior will be greatly influenced by their thoughts and perceptions. E.g. if you feel distraught, it may change your perception of reality. So in this sense, CBT tends to pinpoint and recognize destructive thoughts, check maybe they are a precise representation of reality, but however, if they don't in any way accurate, CBT make use of tactics to challenge and gain victory over them.