What is Behavioural Therapy? This is a form of psychotherapy that not only forms an umbrella over most if not all behavioral psychoanalysis and therapies but assumes the analysis that all forms of behavioral problems and or diseases are learned thus can be unlearned.
This form of therapy will seek out and change the self-destructive patterns and behavior in patients by using this treatment or re-learning.
The specialists that use this treatment not only look at the circumstances of this “learned” self-destructive and behavioral problems but also at any environmental causes and influences of these destructive behaviors.
Some of the typical therapies used are as followers in alphabetical order:
- – Cognitive Therapy (CBT)
- – Dialectical Therapy (DBT)
- – Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Therapy (EMDR)
- – Exposure Therapy
- – Interpersonal Therapy
- – Mentalization-based Therapy
- – Psychodynamic Psychotherapy
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