Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Anxiety


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What is cognitive behavioral therapy for anxiety? In this video we will give you a complete overview of how cognitive behavioral therapy works and try to answer the question ‘what is CBT?’ once and for all.

In a nutshell cognitive behavioral therapy (or CBT) is a commonly recommended and used therapy that can do wonders for reducing and minimizing anxiety levels.

CBT therapy must be done by a trained professional and works by teaching the patient techniques that allow them to see the connection between their negative thoughts and mood.

Those who are suffering from disorders like generalized anxiety disorder, panic disorder and social anxiety disorder can benefit greatly from CBT therapy.
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