CBT is a fascinating psychology-based personal development discipline that offers thought-provoking insights into the relationship between emotions, habits, perceptions, attitudes and behaviours of the human mind
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy has a 50-75% success rate in treating depression and anxiety. It has been shown to be as effective as pharmacotherapy in a variety of psychiatric disorders, with the lowest relapse rates of any psychological treatment for emotional disorders
CBT aims to change dysfunctional thoughts, ineffective behaviors, and emotions through a number of goal-oriented and systematic procedures. CBT is “solution focused” and “action oriented”. CBT is highly effective for the treatment of a variety of conditions, including anxiety, depression , eating disorders, addiction, substance abuse, and psychotic disorders. It is evidence based and has been extensively researched
Cognitive and Behavioural Psychology is relevant across the entire range of human knowledge, perception, activity, problem-solving, personal development and mental resilience. Students will receive knowledge about the most important concepts and themes in modern cognitive psychology, such as the human tendency to interpret, explain, and give meaning to life's experiences.