Cognitive Behaviour Therapy

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  • The therapist and the client identify the client's faulty cognitions
  • The therapist then tries to help the client see that these cognitions aren't true e.g. they don't always fail at what they do
  • Together they then set goals to think in more positive or adaptive ways


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