Cognitive Therapy Of Substance Abuse

Cognitive behavioral therapy has been used for decades for patients suffering from some kind of phobia, depression and anxiety. In the context of drug or alcohol problem, it aims to identify patterns in the brain of an addict that lead to substance abuse and help addicts to recognize those thoughts and change their actions accordingly.

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It is based on the concept that thoughts and feelings of addicts plays a big role in their  behavior. CBT (cognitive behavioral therapy) is very effective for those with a tendency toward self-reflection and analysis.

With specific phobias, such as flying, clients imagine all sorts of hypothetical situations that could have happened to the plane, and they convince themselves that they are unlikely to take the flight. Cognitive reason often similar to drug addicts.

Cognitive behavioral therapy teaches patients that they can control how they interpret and deal with things while fully aware that they cannot control everything in their environment.