Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is a relatively recent form of talking therapy (psychotherapy) which focuses on thoughts, feelings and behaviours and has become very popular. NHS Choices has produced two introductory videos on CBT.
Professor David Clark from King’s College Hospital, London provides an overview of CBT in this video
In this video, Carol talks about the benefits that CBT brought after she lost her husband.
In America Dr Aldo Pucci is President of the National Association of Cognitive-Behavioural Therapists and in this video he discusses a way of thinking about emotions which is rooted in CBT.
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