Compare and Contrast
Behavior Therapy and Cognitive Behavior Therapy
How Can Behavior Therapy Help
Both of these therapies can be used while working with someone who is dealing with the difficulties of procrastination however the focus will be on Cognitive Behavior Therapy, more specifically Cognitive-Behavioral coping skills therapy. With the ability to learn the clients find ways to go beyond their adaptive behaviors and learn better behaviors instead of procrastinating the client will be getting work done early and or managing time more wisely. Therapy is different for everyone and I find it difficult to determine what that the therapy would be like without actually being with a client.
Spiegler, M. D., & Guervremont, D. C. (2010). Contemporary Behavior Therapy 5th ed. Belmont, CA: Cengage Learning