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Whether you’re interested in learning the fundamental tactics behind CBT practice, or more specifically interested in learning how to apply CBT to a more severe mental illness, like schizophrenia, Udemy has a range of top-rated courses to help you achieve your goals.

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Learn more about CBT Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Cognitive behavioral therapy is a form of psychological treatment that takes aim at reducing or eliminating the effects of negative thinking and behaviors. CBT can be extremely helpful for people with diagnosed mental illness, but can also be used to help just about anyone to work through common life problems.

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CBT is a psychotherapy that helps people identify and change harmful and negative behaviors, attitudes, and thoughts that may be threatening their well-being. A therapist or mental health counselor gives this therapy that takes place individually or in groups with people who have similar issues. During CBT sessions, therapists encourage their patients to talk about their thoughts and feelings and work with them to develop goals that focus on resolving a specific problem. CBT is typically a short-term therapy that lasts for between five and twenty sessions or for as long as needed to help patients address and overcome their problems.