Today's Behavioral Therapy
CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy) Vs Behavioral Therapy
CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy)
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Similarities and Differences Between Behavioral Therapy and CBT
Both therapies are cognitive and behavioral based treatment plans. They go hand in hand and have much of the same influences with in one and other.
The difference between the two is right in the title of the treatment BEHAVIORAL and COGNITIVE. Behavioral treatment is based off of how one behaves where as cognitive behavioral treatment is based off of how one thinks.
Looking at both therapies and trying to apply them to a situation where some one is considered to be a procrastinator. Working on trying to over come being a procrastinator using the CBT method, one of the process of reaching your goal is to set up steps that will help you get there. According to the Cognitive Health Group: Bruce Hubbard PHD, Director states that you can use the SMART method to achieve your goal.
Talk to your doctor about a treatment plan that is best for you!
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How they are applied in today's treatments
Both treatments are used with in the profession today and work with multiple cases that vary from procrastination to a child that wets the bed as a teen. Each treatment needs to be able to fit with the person who is receiving the treatment.
Corey, Gerald (2012) Student Manual Theory and Practice of Counseling and Psychotherapy, Brooks/Cole, Cengage Learning
Corey, Gerald (2013) Theory and Practice of Counseling and Psychotherapy, Brooks/Cole, Cengage Learning
Hubbard, B. (2014) Cognitive-Behavioral-Therapy, Procrastination, Retrieved from http://cognitive-behavior-therapy.com/help-procrastination-avoidance-getting-unstuck-cbt/