Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, more commonly referred to as CBT, focuses on the way people think and act in order to help them overcome their emotional and behavioural problems.
Emotional Freedom Technique
What is CBT?
How effective is it?
The effectiveness of CBT for various psychological problems has been researched more extensively than any other psychotherapeutic approach.

CBTs reputation as a highly effective treatment is growing. Several studies reveal that CBT is more effective than medication alone for the treatment of anxiety and depression.

Research shows that people who have CBT for various types of problems, stay well for longer. This means that people who have CBT relapse less often than those who have other forms of psychotherapy or take medication only. This positive result is likely due in part to the educational aspects of CBT, people who have CBT receive a lot of information that they can use to become their own therapists.
It assumes that when we have a negative reaction to a situation it is because the meaning we attached to it causes an automatic conditioned response.
Basic Premise of CBT
CBT is widely accepted as an evidence- and empiricism-based, cost-effective psychotherapy for many disorders and psychological problems.
Does CBT work -The evidence
What does CBT treat?
CBT helps overcome a wide range of problems with good results. These problems include:
Anger Problems
Panic Attack
Body Dysmorphic Disorder
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Chronic Pain
Eating Disorders
Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
Personality Disorder
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
Psychotic Disorders
Relationship Problems
Social Phobia
And many more.