cognitive behaviour therapy. Behaviour therapy which incorporates theory and research on cognitive processes such as thoughts, perceptions, judgments, self-statements, and tacit assumptions. A blend of both the cognitive and behavioural paradigms.
Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) is a practical, goal-oriented, interactive process for creating significant and lasting change in one's life. This therapy has been developed upon the basic premise that the way individuals perceive situations or events influences how they feel emotionally.
Cognitive Behavior Therapy. A form of psychotherapy especially that emphasizes the substitution of desirable patterns of thinking for maladaptive or faulty ones.
Cognitive Behavior Therapy. a psychological approach that involves the identification and modification of thinking patterns and negative mood states.
Cognitive Behaviour Therapy. A short-term goal-oriented psychological treatment. The two guiding principles are that: how we behave (including how we feel) is learned through experience, and therefore may often be changed or unlearned; and thought processes directly impact on the person. The person is encouraged to examine their negative perceptions and interpretations of their experiences. They are also taught problem-solving techniques.
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy