Which of the following therapy techniques attempts to change a patient’s thought processes and behaviors through problem-solving and conscious evaluation of beliefs about the self?

Cognitive behavioral therapy


  • Cognitive behavioral therapy is a treatment that takes a hands-on approach to problem-solving and attempts to assist the patient to change their thought processes that lead to behaviors that create psychological or physiological problems.
  • Peer support therapy is a therapy approach that has clients meet in group therapy sessions with others that have similar life-altering difficulties, i.e. Alcoholics Anonymous.
  • Psychodynamic therapy is a psychoanalytical therapy that attempts to discover deep unconscious connections to a patient’s psychological problems.
  • Medicinal interventional therapy is when medication is used to treat the symptoms of a patient’s psychological disorder, i.e. risperidone for schizophrenia-related delusions.

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