In today’s post on Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), I’d like to cover the myth that CBT only provides symptomatic relief!
This is not true as CBT considers the whole person and tries to understand the person via the ‘biopsychosocial’ process. CBT explicitly links the person’s thoughts, feelings, bodily sensations and behaviours, and addresses the factors currently maintaining the person’s problem(s), as well as working collaboratively on building skills (e.g., problem-solving).
Look out for the next post then! And feel free to share any questions that you might have about CBT too.