‘It gave me an ability to enjoy life’: readers on cognitive behavioural therapy

Two people tell us about their experiences with CBT and how it changed their livesThe psychotherapist Aaron Beck, known as the father of cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT),died on Tuesday aged 100 at his Philadelphia home. CBT is a form of treatment that helps patients to analyse and manage negative thinking patterns rather than focusing on past conflicts. Here, two people tell us about their experiences with CBT and how it changed their lives.Continue reading...
Source: Guardian Unlimited Science - Category: Science Authors: Tags: Mental health Psychology Society Science Source Type: news