Tag: CBT

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Alcoholism

Cognitive behavioral therapy for alcoholism is very effective. It1 is a form of treatment that focuses on beliefs and thinking. It’s these that determine how people feel and what they do. The National Association of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapists explains that CBT is based on the fact that it is thoughts that cause feelings and behaviors. It’s not  external… [+]

Cognitive Behavioral Education & Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Cognitive behavioral education (CBE) should not be mistaken for Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) or vice versa. Unfortunately, their names are similar. Worse, their acronyms, CBE and CBT, sound almost identical. This confuses the public. Cognitive behavioral therapy is a highly evidence-based therapeutic approach widely used for alcoholism and drug addiction. This technique has also long… [+]