What is Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and how does this approach differ from other types of psychotherapy models (audio)

CBT is synonymous with evidence-based psychological treatment. Best understood as an umbrella-term that includes a number of very-well researched therapeutic approaches developed over the last few decades and proven to work with a number of psychopathologies… dynamic talking therapies like Exposure Therapy, Schema Therapy, Stress Inoculation Training, Mindfulness (MBCT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Hypno-CBT, NeuroAffective-CBT (NA-CBT) and a lot of other acronyms (i.e., MCT, DBT, CFT, FA, etc.) are all part of the CBT family. Although these therapies are designed to operate rather well within the medical model, they remain close to individual values, personal goals and desires…

Daniel Mirea goes into some depth on this topic with accredited psychotherapist Carla Vercruysse on Spotify !

Daniel Mirea about Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

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