Cognitive psychotherapy

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What is it?

The cognitive psychotherapy believes that all emotional and psychological disorders are associated with the improperly beliefs of a human. Such beliefs typically occur in the situations where he/she incorrectly perceives and processes some information. The cognitive psychotherapy finds the distortions in thinking and learns to take life more realistically.

Why is this necessary?

The cognitive psychotherapy helps to improve the patient’s adaptation to the society through the correction of his/her convictions.

What does it give?

By understanding how a person treats the information received from the outside, it is easy to find out why he/she has certain problems and find the ways to solve them. By changing your thoughts you change your life.